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Sport Climbing trainer Chris Lindner explains how to swing back to the rope as a leading climber if you fall and cannot reach ...
the rope again. In Climbing terminology, this is called yarding.
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Sometimes after you fall on steep traversing routes, you get stuck in space. To get back to the rope, start swinging like you're on a sling set. Next, get a couple of pushes out and then push away from the direction you want to go. Surprisingly this works
Next, start yarding up the rope. I use my foot to help me. And if you can, grab a quick draw to help. Make sure you don’t pull up too fast or you can put your belayer on your butt or perhaps hurt him. Keep yarding up the rope so it gets to the draw where you fall off. Now, you're ready to try the sequence again.
After falling on super steep routes, sometimes it's impossible to get back to the rope. Here’s what you do, first, communicate with your belayer, “Hey, Billy. I’m going plank up the rope.” Next, grab the rope above your head, do a pull up and simply let it go. That’s called boinking. There’s a more advance way. Grab the rope and then shoot your legs up in the air. Ready. Eventually, you'll get back up to your quick draw.