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Outdoor Essentials: Knots

Fancy learning a new skill?
With many of us using Lockdown to venture outdoors, it is amazing how many of us don’t know the basic skills used during outdoor activities.
In this video, Rhodri showcases a simple but effective knot technique that kids (and adults) of all ages can do!

Consult an expert, as well as reputable online resources, if you are using it for potentially dangerous situations. Sometimes using the knot for certain things, especially if it is tied wrongly or used in the wrong way, can be dangerous. For example: Outdoor sports such as climbing, using it to move heavy items etc. Small things, such as even the knot been tied but untidily, can have an adverse effect on the performance of the knot in dangerous situations.

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Rhodri has been writing his own blog ‘Batu Yang Hidup’ (Malay for “Living Rock”) on Tumblr since July 2014. This focuses mainly on climbing and hiking but includes other outdoor activities from time to time. He launched his own guided hiking and climbing company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia recently. You can find out more by searching BYH Outdoors on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Tumblr. Rhodri follows all who follow his blog on social media.

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