Layout

1. Part – Basics

Chapter 1 – Mountaineering

1.1 Mountaineering and sport

1.2 Mountaineering disciplines

1.3 Mountaineering techniques

1.4 History of mountaineering techniques

1.5 Rating systems

1.6 Free climbing

1.7 Communication when climbing

1.8 Mountaineering terrain

1.9 Topography diagrams

1.10 Guidebook

Chapter 2 – Knots

2.1 Knots in mountaineering

2.2 Joining rope

2.3 Tying in

2.4 Tying in to a shortened rope

2.5 Prusik hitches

Chapter 3 – Safety

3.1. Danger and tactics against it

2. Part – Gear and Accessories

Chapter 1 – Gear

1.1 Mountaineering gear

1.2 Rope

1.3. Carabiners

1.4 Harness

1.5 Belay devices

1.6 Belay device ATC Guide

1.7 Belay device Click-Up

1.8 Grigri belay device

1.9 Reverso belay device

1.10 Gi-gi belay device

1.11 Protection tools

1.12 Slings (runners)

1.13 Helmet

1.14 Ascenders

1.15 Ice axe

1.16 Crampons

1.17 Other mountaineering gear

Chapter 2 – Accessories

2.1 Mountaineering accessories

2.2 Clothing layers

2.3 Jacket

2.4 Footwear

2.5 Backpack

2.6 Sleeping bag

2.7 Other climbing accessories

3. Part – Belaying and Rappelling

Chapter 1 – Belaying and protection

1.1 Protection in moutaineering

1.2 Belaying the leader

1.3 Top belay

1.4 Side belay

1.5 Fixed rope

1.6 Belaying on a simultaneous climb

1.7 Points of protection

1.8 Protection using chocks

1.9 Protection using tricams

1.10 Protection using hexentrics

1.11 Protection using Friends

1.12 Other chocks and accessories

1.13 Using slings and runners

1.14 Protection using pitons

1.15 Inserting bolts

1.16 Forces during belaying

1.17 Carabiners in protection

1.18 Intermediate protection tactics

1.19 Belay stations

1.20 Offsetting the belay station

1.21 Cowstail

1.22 Static and dynamic belay

1.23 UIAA belay method

1.24 Braking position

1.25 Locking the rope off while belaying

1.26 Belaying the second

1.27 Belaying with the body

1.28 Mistakes when belaying

1.29 Belaying multiple persons

1.30 Simultaneous ascent on a crag

Chapter 2 – Rappelling

2.1 Rappelling

2.2 Problems when rappelling

2.3 Rappel station

2.4 Simultaneous rappelling

2.5 Self-belay during rappelling

2.6 Emergency rappelling

Chapter 3 – Practice

3.1 How to do it

4. Part – Mountains

Chapter 1 – High-altitude hiking

1.1 What is high-altitude hiking?

1.2 Getting around in the mountains

1.3 Protection during a hike

1.4 Tactics during a hike

1.5 Glacier

1.6 Advancing on a glacier

Chapter 2 – Klettersteig

2.1 The history of the klettersteig

2.2 Protection on a klettersteig

2.3 Movement on a klettersteig

2.4 Other equipment for klettersteigs

2.5 Danger on a klettersteig

2.6 Children on a klettersteig

2.7 Klettersteig classification

Chapter 3 – Planning

3.1 Planning

3.2 Planning questions

3.3 The Reduction Method

4. Part – Snow and Ice

Chapter 1 – Snow

1.1 Climbing in snow

1.2 Protection in snow

1.3 Belay stations in snow

1.4 Simultaneous climbing in snow

1.5 Rappelling in snow

1.6 Self-arrest in snow

Chapter 2 – Ice

1.1 Climbing in ice

1.2 Protection in ice

1.3 Belay stations in ice

1.4 Rappelling on ice

1.5 Abalakov thread

Chapter 3 – Mix

1.1 Mixed climbing

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