Part 9 in the OR/AMGA Climbing Fundamentals Video Series: Anchors: Replacing Old Webbing

This week, Outdoor Research and AMGA are proud to present the ninth installment in our 12-part Climbing Fundamentals Video Series, showcasing 12 principal climbing skills taught on AMGA’s certification courses. This week’s skill is Anchors: Replacing Old Webbing with AMGA Instructor Team Member Margaret Wheeler—enjoy the video, put it into practice, and safe and happy climbing out there!

To watch the other Climbing Fundamentals videos posted to date, click on the links below:

Belaying a Leader, posted 4/14/15

Cleaning Toprope Anchors, posted 4/21/15

Rigging a Rappel, posted 4/28/15

Two Slings & Three pieces, posted 5/5/15

Anchors: Three Piece, posted 5/12/15

Clove Hitch: Handshake Method, posted 5/19/15

Belaying, Assist from Above, posted 5/26/15

Lowering from a Loaded Belay Plate, posted 6/2/15

One Comment on “Part 9 in the OR/AMGA Climbing Fundamentals Video Series: Anchors: Replacing Old Webbing

  1. Great video! It’s amazing how many people blindly trust sketchy rappel anchors with tattered webbing or cord, incorrectly tied knots, and questionable anchors.

    I think that was a figure-10 knot ;^P (sorry can’t resist nitpicking)

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