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My 5 piece anchor amungst the rubble that is the top of the spire. It was difficult to find a good anchor due to the crappy rock, but even more significant was the danger of the rope running over the loose rock on the ground and knocking chunks over the edge onto the climber below. This anchor worked out very well though, it is directly at the top of the pitch, about 20 feet back.

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By Darren Mabe
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Sep 20, 2010

Yikes.

By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Jun 3, 2014

Two shiny you-know-whats would be nice right there...if you could find anything solid to, um, "place" them in....

By Rob Dillon
Jul 26, 2014

Yeah, people have only been climbing these things for about 50 years on hexes and stoppers. If you can get yourself up there, you'll probably work it out.

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My 5 piece anchor amungst the rubble that is the top of the spire. It was difficult to find a good anchor due to the crappy rock, but even more significant was the danger of the rope running over the loose rock on the ground and knocking chunks over the edge onto the climber below. This anchor worked out very well though, it is directly at the top of the pitch, about 20 feet back.

Submitted By: Colter on Sep 20, 2010