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Mar 26th 2020
If you can, yes. It's not a necessity. It's an advantage to have longer quickdraws sometimes. Sometimes the route make a very sharp transition going from slab to overhang, a longer quickdraw would put less friction in the system, as an example.

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Mar 16th 2020
So I went with the Edelrid Heron Pro Dry as a single rope. I decided that if I need to go halfroping I'll have to get a separate set of ropes, and then get lighter ones that aren't ment for projects by themselves.

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