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Pass the end of the rope around the pole and then around the standing end.
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Wrap the end around itself three times and tighten the knot so that the three turns are gripped against the pole.
  
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http://ruralsystemguide.com/Knots02/knottimberhitch.gif
  
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Reference:
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* https://www.animatedknots.com/timber/
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* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timber_hitch
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* https://scoutpioneering.com/2013/02/12/favorite-pioneering-knots-timber-hitch/
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Also known as:
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* Bowyer's Knot
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* Lumberman's Knot
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* Countryman's Knot
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:38, 28 August 2018

TiedUpInKnots.png

Pass the end of the rope around the pole and then around the standing end. Wrap the end around itself three times and tighten the knot so that the three turns are gripped against the pole.

knottimberhitch.gif

Reference:

Also known as:

  • Bowyer's Knot
  • Lumberman's Knot
  • Countryman's Knot