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Got Climbing Classes for HomeOwner?

Discussion in 'Recreational Tree Climbing' started by BillyB, Jul 14, 2017.

  1. lostone

    lostone Stihl Runnin

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    BillyB, have you looked at Tree Climbing Educational Bundle: Climbing for $119 from wesspur? (scroll down the page, it's the third one from bottom) It's both of the books and I believe a much better video than what I have.

    I edited their page a bit so you could read the description on the video. But the bundle seems to have everything that I would have been looking for, I wish I had found this first.
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    lostone Stihl Runnin

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    Neckerson Traveling Tree Tramp

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    From what I've seen, most people that do it for a living, at least in the US, did start from the ground up in a tree service. To me, that seems like the ideal, you learn all about what goes into the job, from safety, to rigging, to how not to drop all your stuff in a pile because it's a painfully tangled mess to clean up, then you start buying gear, and learn by watching the experienced guys. You could also have a look at TCIA's climbing certification course.
     

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