Fire and Brimstone
1,3,7,10,5,5,5,8,20,6,6,3,143 98%405 BadBolts
2,6,11,12,58,5,7,18,25,9,7,3,143 98%801 Bolt Reports
0,3,4,9,281,2,60,86,13,248,379,864,659 -31%3890 Routes
0,0,1,0,0,1,1,1,3,1,0,1,2 +20%56 Developers
The anchor is starting to look a bit manky. The fixe biner on the right has a pretty deep grove in it. The other isn't too bad but it's got a small link chain and you can't fit a byte of rope through.
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