The fourth edition has been updated throughout and features more than 270 illustrations by artist Bryan Kotwica that help to clarify and complement the text.
The fourth edition includes three new chapters: Moving Rope Systems (MRS), Stationary Rope Systems (SRS), and Climbing Equipment. The other chapters, fully revised and updated, are: Tree Health and Sciences, Safety, Ropes and Knots, Preparing to Climb, Pruning, Rigging, Removal, and Cabling. The guide also contains appendices with answers to the workbook questions, a glossary, and resources listed for further reference. (©2021, softcover, 272 pp., glossary, appendices, index)
A must see video for anyone who wants to climb. Hosted by Peter Jenkins, an ISA-certified arborist, Jenkins shares his experience as a tree-climbing teacher and his knowledge of trees to show how you, can climb in the treetops!
Contains detailed sections about safety, tree selection and risk assessment in trees, gear, setting ropes and knot tying, climbing technique, and forest ethics.
Run time: 1 hour 45 min.
This take-along manual contains the P.E.P. systematic approach to tree climbing perfected by the author over many years, as well as the latest tricks of the trade, knots for tree climbers and some safety standards. Also available in spanish edition.
This take-along manual contains the P.E.P. systematic approach to tree climbing perfected by the author over many years, as well as the latest tricks of the trade, knots for tree climbers and some safety standards written in Spanish.