This is satire, not real advice.
Now for some real survival tips…
If you see a bear, do NOT run. If it’s a black bear, make yourself look as big as possible and yell really loudly as you slowly back away. ️
If it’s a brown/grizzly bear also DO NOT run. Avoid eye contact and slowly back away. If it charges you, do not yell. Curl up in a ball on your side, or lay on your stomach and put your hands behind your head. If you fight back, this can make the attack worse. 🟤
The Figure 8 on a bight is great for climbing, rescue, and caving because of its high breaking strength 🧗️It is one of the strongest knots with a loop, just behind the Figure 9! Keep in mind that it can be difficult to untie after a big load!
We however did the Overhand Loop which is much less secure, but can be easier to remember in a panic!
The rope in this video is our 24 Strand Yale Calamine, head to RightRope.com https://rightrope.com/product/24-strand-11-7-mm-yale-xtc-24-calamine/ for the right rope, at the right price!
These videos and animations are for informational and entertainment purposes only, and should not be considered to be correct or reliable instructions. Right Rope LLC disclaims any and all liability related to the use of this content. Be sure to consult a competent professional before using rope for any purpose. ️
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