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The anchor for "The Roof Route." As Skip has indicated the anchor is set back from the edge, so a cordalette or webbing is recommended to extend the powerpoint.
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Benjamin Chapman
Jun 17, 2015
The anchor for "The Roof Route." As Skip has indicated the anchor is set back from the edge, so a cordalette or webbing is recommended to extend the powerpoint.  
Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
One of the worst anchor arrangements/placements we've seen in a looonnnggg time.
Even using just two of the rings creates a huge binding of the rope on the lip and makes pulling the rope a difficult task. Best to extend the anchor with a cordalette (TR) or belay the 2nd up and walk off the back. Jun 20, 2015

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