A collection of dubious top rope climbing anchors.
About the blog
The climbing community always took care of its own. If you wanted to climb, people looked out for you. They wanted you safe, accidents make everybody look bad, and rescues can really get to you after a while. If you saw something that made you uneasy or you didn't understand, you said something. Gradually, people stopped questioning practices, as the sense of community eroded. Posting pictures of anchors without knowing or identifying who they belong to may encourage more of a nonjudgmental community attitude. To see other outrages: jive-assanchors.com and climbing.com/news/unbelayvable.