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Rock Climbing Photo: The manky anchor on top of pitch two.  As Nathan m...
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By Shaft
From: Salt Lake City
Jun 30, 2009
Ugly bolt and prime candidate for replacement.

Everybody that encounters bad bolts in the Wasatch should post the info over at the new SLCA bad bolt registry. That way when the ASCA looks for a project they will not have to look on MP or a host of other sites to get the info.
By Aimee Bates
Jul 11, 2009
Thanks for the info shaft. I'll do that.
By mikewhite
Jan 31, 2010
All bad bolts at the belays were replaced last year.
By dnaiscool
May 31, 2015
That would be a Leeper hanger with a 1 1/2 x 1/4 inch split-shaft button head bolt. These were cutting edge when they came out in the 1960's, and just about every face route requiring bolts was equipped with them. The eye of this bolt was rather small, and would accept only one carabiner, and the ultra-thin "blade" that stood up from the rock always gave me a bit of a scare: What would the wound look like if you slid down a slab and went right over one of these bolts? Good to see they are being systematically replaced...and the antiques pulled from those rotting holes could serve as an interesting part of some sort of art project, right?
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The manky anchor on top of pitch two. As Nathan mentions, 2 bad bolts, 1 good.

Submitted By: Aimee Bates on Jun 30, 2009
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