Many teams train with tall Artificial High Directionals (AHDs). Tall AHDs are not only more difficult to stabilise but also expose teams to greater risks in the event of tipping. An article on this subject is published here.
This familiarity and comfort with tall AHDs removes the necessity to focus on efficient rigging and we often see litters rigged with bridle heights exceeding 1m. If minimising AHD height becomes a priority then the minimum height is in fact dictated by the combined package height of litter, bridle, and attachment to rope.
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