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How-To: Tying an Anchor Bend

If your climbing line doesn’t feature a splice to attach the rope a carabineer, you can use an anchor bend knot to secure it. In this video, we’ll review the steps to create an anchor bend knot and attach it to a carabineer. This simple yet strong knot is a must-know for anyone involved in climbing who may occasionally have to use a climbing line without a splice.

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