#16 – Set up your climbing ropes
In the following ladder we will explain the double-rope method, which is safer and easier for cut down .This method is particularly common with oaks, poplars, maples, and pines (trees that grow around 100 feet tall). Here’s how to begin.Toss your hurl line over the brawny branch you preferred .You can do this by tie the throw line to a load, or firing it in a expert fling shot.Place your branch shield on the rope.
Tie the fixed rope to the throw streak. Pull on the further end of the throw line to heave the rope wholly over the branch. The branch protector ought to end up more the branch.