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Toproping Ettiquete

The following is a series of etiquette oriented questions that arise around toproped climbing at popular cragging destinations. The answers to these questions should be adhered to at North American Climbing destinations. Locations outside of North America may have different etiquette issues. A Climber Lowers Off a Route in Leavenworth, WashingtonPhoto by Ruth Hennings 1) Where should I set-up my "camp" at a crag that I'm going to climb at all day?Gear and equipment should not be placed directly under the wall.
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