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There are about a half dozen or more of these oddly paired "anchor" setups at the top tier of El Nino wall.  This is taken right side up, so yes - that rusted hunk of metal could have a rope or anchor just simply slide right off...<br>
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If you are going to do any of the upper tier routes, bring some gear to extend several of the newer bolts that are placed up above, and/or bring a few cams with static lines to back these things up.
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Eric72
Feb 21, 2016
There are about a half dozen or more of these oddly paired "anchor" setups at the top tier of El Nino wall. This is taken right side up, so yes - that rusted hunk of metal could have a rope or anchor just simply slide right off...

If you are going to do any of the upper tier routes, bring some gear to extend several of the newer bolts that are placed up above, and/or bring a few cams with static lines to back these things up.  

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