We believe it is time to demystify Single Rope technique for tree climbing!
- Rules and regulations concerning SRT tree climbing in New Zealand.
- What is the difference between SRT access and work positioning?
- Why climbers choose SRT in every day tree work.
SRT Workshop Outline Queenstown
- NZ Rules and regulations about SRT Tree Climbing
- Selecting SRT Equipment
- Climbers Configurations: SRT-Ascent Only
- Climbers Configurations: SRT-WP
- Working the Tree
- Debrief of workshop
Andreas ‘Rossy’ Ross is the founder of Pro Climb Ltd. He has worked in forestry and the tree care industry since 1990. Rossy is a qualified forester, master arborist (Fachagrawirt) and industrial abseiler with a passion for his work. He has been using SRT access system since 2000 and SRT work positioning system since 2011 for tree climbing.
Scott Forrest is the current ITCC 2013 and past ITCC 2011 champion. He started this carreer in 1997 and obtained his arb qualification from WINTEC in 2001. Scott has worked in more than 10 different countries as a contract tree climber. He has been using the SRT access techniques since 2008.
Zane Wedding is a practicing climbing arborist and a part of the single line liberation front. He is a founding member of the world dopest climbing collective ClimbEveryThing. Zane also has thousands of crane and helicopter job hours on his resume, and specialises in real world work scenarios. Zane hopes to be climbing trees when he’s 70, and believes SRT is the path to climber longevity.