This loop knot is good for fastening to multiple anchor points. It is easy to remember, and with a little practice, you can make each of the loops different sizes.
It has all the strength of the original bowline knot, so climbers love to use this knot and fasten it to multiple anchors as a backup in case one fails.
Because the Triple Bowline Loop is so dense, it can be quickly tied and used as a heaving line as well.
To Tie a Triple Bowline Loop:
|Starting with a bight, tie the doubled-up rope just as you would the Bowline.|
|Finish by tightening.|
For a more in-depth tutorial and additional information on the Triple Bowline Loop, check out our video!