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If you wish to copy, or use our work in any way, you must obtain a written license from us before doing so. Any unlicensed use of our work is a violation of copyright law. We offer a variety of licensing arrangements which can be customized to meet a variety of situations. We welcome licensing inquiries and we’d be happy to work with you to come up with a mutually beneficial agreement.
The authors and publisher assume no responsibility for your decisions or your safety!
This web site and it’s affiliated pages contains photographs and written information pertaining to climbing and other potentially dangerous activities that may result in serious injury or death. These activities require specialized skills and informed decision making. This web site provides neither. We make no warranty as to the accuracy or suitability of any information we have provided for any purpose whatsoever. Conditions that may be critical to your safety change frequently; fixed protection may be missing or damaged, critical hand or footholds may have broken off, rock or ice fall may have dramatically changed the seriousness of an undertaking; in short - it’s likely things will not be what you expected. Expect the unexpected! Risk can be highly subjective and individuals have widely varying perceptions of, and tolerance for, risk. You may see things very differently than we do. Expect that. It is your responsibility alone to assess risks and make decisions about your safety. Always include a margin for error in your risk assessment and, if you have even the slightest doubt about your safety, reconsider your decisions.