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Rock Climbing Photo: Belay anchor at the top of the second pitch.
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By RyanO
From: sunshine
Aug 31, 2010
WELL, that'll certainly do the trick.
By claytown
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 10, 2010
Now that is efficient use of one crack.
By Dankasaurus
From: Lyons, CO
Oct 23, 2012
Save some rack for the homeys!
By YDPL8S
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
Oct 23, 2012
That nut placement 3rd from the bottom looks sufficient.
By skeeter
From: Lakewood CA
Nov 27, 2012
Solid.
By Morgan Patterson
Administrator
Nov 27, 2012
What, no backup gear?
By Mark Wyss
From: Denver, CO
Mar 5, 2013
How not to set an anchor....
By Russ Keane
Jan 10, 2014
I'm dying to see how it's all tied off....
By eli poss
From: Durango, Co
Nov 14, 2016
That 0.75 looks jank. I woulda called good with the #1 and the nut, provided the rock was solid. Maybe the black Alien, too.
By Steve G
From: San Francisco, CA
Dec 8, 2016
Reminds me of following a newbie friend's lead in JTree only to find an anchor built with 7 cams.
By phil wortmann
From: Colorado Springs, Co.
Dec 9, 2016
This is actually how you have to do it. Frustratingly, there's a nice panel of rock to the right that would be perfect for a couple anchor bolts. Then you could belay from a nice ledge instead of hanging from a manky crack.
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Belay anchor at the top of the second pitch.

Submitted By: Douglas Lossner on Jan 28, 2010
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The Talisman (WI5-6 M6 )
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