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The rap straight back down abra with two ropes is fine and with the disadvantage of tagging a second rope, you conveniently end up right back at your packs.  But if you are looking to rap with a single rope and ditch the tag line, this photo shows the starting anchor of a single rope descent climbers left of the top out on abra. The only downside is that you have to scramble, squeeze and walk back to your packs from the base of the single rope rap.
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Andrew Megas-Russell
Oct 17, 2015
The rap straight back down abra with two ropes is fine and with the disadvantage of tagging a second rope, you conveniently end up right back at your packs. But if you are looking to rap with a single rope and ditch the tag line, this photo shows the starting anchor of a single rope descent climbers left of the top out on abra. The only downside is that you have to scramble, squeeze and walk back to your packs from the base of the single rope rap.  

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