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Bolting Ethics - Anchors 20-Dec-2007 At 3:24:42 PM steph
I see all your points but i still think limiting ambiguity is better than encouraging it. Anyway are there many routes that have suspect belay stations? I was under the impression that most (if not all) frequently trafficked routes do not have this problem.** In rare circumstances I've seen trad climbs with a fully bolted anchor (especially when it doubles as a rap station).

Just questioning the need...

**I do not pretend to have climbed everything in history, or everything in every guide book so I'm open to correction.

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