« Last post by PG on April 22, 2017, 08:07:19 AM »
Hammond pond is OK but like the Quarries can get crowded. Try Rattle Snake rocks, Braintree or Black & White Rocks, Melrose. Especially when it's sunny and hot. Another place just a little further out is Red Rocks in Gloucester. As far as the webbing, cut 2, 3 to 4 foot lengths. Slide them over your static rope. Use them on your static line to protect it over the edge to your master point. It will give you a longer listing rope and a safer set up. Falcon books has an awesome book, AMGA single pitch instructor manual. It will be the best $25 you will ever spend. Easy to follow and well illustrated. These are tried and true techniques, universally accepted. I would take you on myself but I have a crazy spring. Send me a pm as to your availability, maybe we can get together at some point.
Good climbing, Pete