Whatever kind of camping activity you take, you may have, you may need to hang your wet clothes, your lamps and your food, build a canopy in rainy weather, build shelter when needed, draw a heap of wood, or use it as support for landing in your harsh terrain. If you do not know how to knock the right knots, your tent may close at the most severe moment of the storm, you may have to cut off the rope you are connecting. It is recommended not to cut the rope in your hand unless you really have a particular need to survive.
Learning the four or five knot technique you can use for different purposes from among the knots will make your many tasks easier and save you the trouble of connecting again and again. Once you get used to it, it will be so easy that you will not even believe it.
We want to share with you some of the techniques we think you’ll find useful. Repetitions will benefit you, and you can always keep these techniques under your hands by downloading applications from your mobile phone or tablet writing ‘3D knots’, ” Useful Knots ” or ” Grog Knots ”, taking advantage of today’s technology. Here you have some useful types of knots…
Alpine Butterfly Loop – This knot which is used by the mountaineers to attach themselves while walking in order, is the most reliable one. It is also used to eliminate weak spots on the rope and can be easily untied.
Back Splice – The black insertion provides a quick and easy way to avoid the wearing of three rope ropes.
Figure 8 Knot – One of the basic knots of the climbers. You can use this technique if you want to connect the rope to a point securely. It’s easy to untie the rope.
Midshipman’s Hitch – You can use this knot when connecting tents and awnings to loosen or take off, especially when needed. It is quite easy to untie.
Square knot – This technique is used to hang not very heavy materials. Also you can use it to carry woods.
Bowline – Thanks to this technique, which is also called bulin bonding, the knot does not expand, easily emptied and easily dissolves even under heavy load.
Double Fisherman’s – This technique is usually used in climbing activites.