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Bomber! This is the original summit anchor. The ro...
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By James Garrett
Jun 29, 2009
Speaks highly for the old Stardrvins out there! Didn't even spin, and still probably about 1 1/2" of bolt in the exfoliating granite. We left these cool pieces of history in place. Something to see.
By Shaft
From: Salt Lake City
Jun 30, 2009
Not to start a pissing match about replacement of bad bolts, but the ASCA has done more bolt replacement in the Wasatch than the ARI can dream of.
By Stevie Nacho
From: Utah
Jun 30, 2009
I purpose we should all "adopt a route." Instead of relying on the blood, sweat and toil of a few, we should all choose a route and fix it. Learn how to fix bolts, pick a route, and fix that route. Just like the highways, "Adopt a Route."
By bsmoot
Jul 13, 2009
We used the old stardrives in Zion...fun to place.
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Bomber! This is the original summit anchor. The rock on top is pretty chossy and had eroded away about half an inch over the years. We backed it up with another anchor.

Submitted By: Tristan Higbee on Jun 28, 2009
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