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Travel Bug Dog Tag Klin / Rock Piton

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Released:
Tuesday, 26 June 2012
Origin:
Slovenia
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of scientik.

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My mission is to travel through the mountains and other less accessible locations. I do not want to be in the low-lying places!!!

I want to be photographed in places where I could be used. But don't forget me there!

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Klin / Rock Piton



In climbing, a piton is a metal spike (usually steel) that is driven into a crack or seam in the rock with a hammer, and which acts as an anchor to protect the climber against the consequences of a fall, or to assist progress in aid climbing. Pitons are equipped with an eye hole or a ring to which a carabiner is attached; the carabiner can then be directly or indirectly attached (through more equipment, such as a nylon sling) to a climbing rope.

Pitons were the original form of protection and are still used where there is no alternative. Repeated hammering and extraction of pitons damages the rock, and climbers who subscribe to the clean climbing ethic avoid their use as much as possible. With the popularization of clean climbing in the 1970s, pitons were largely replaced by faster and easier-to-use clean protection, such as nuts and camming devices. Pitons are still found in place (as 'fixed' pitons) on some established free-climbing routes in places where nuts or cams do not work; and are used on some hard aid climbs.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piton



 

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Tracking History (13975.8mi) View Map

Retrieve It from a Cache 09/05/2021 scientik retrieved it from Thamel TB Hotel Nepal   Visit Log

Welcome to our journey! :)

Dropped Off 03/22/2021 kkpg placed it in Thamel TB Hotel Nepal - 4,283.51 miles  Visit Log

Brought it from Germany, dropping it off at Kathmandu, Nepal! Take it higher if you can! ☺️

Retrieve It from a Cache 01/13/2021 kkpg retrieved it from 9. Türchen – Advent im Kreis Viersen 2013 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   Visit Log

It will soon land where it was supposed to be, at 'Roof of the world', but in a month! :) 🏔🗻

Dropped Off 01/01/2021 der-kletterer placed it in 9. Türchen – Advent im Kreis Viersen 2013 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - 253.03 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 01/01/2021 der-kletterer retrieved it from ZIDZ 4.0 für Guinnes29 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany   Visit Log

Zurück aus der Zukunft in die Gegenwart.

Dropped Off 12/25/2020 protum placed it in ZIDZ 4.0 für Guinnes29 Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - 182.24 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 11/17/2020 protum retrieved it from TB Hotel A6 Baden-Württemberg, Germany   Visit Log

Let's go!

Dropped Off 10/10/2020 Bert__61 placed it in TB Hotel A6 Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 10.89 miles  Visit Log

Ich bin selbst leider nicht weit genug gekommen in letzter Zeit. Ok, ich war in Rosenheim, aber das ist ja in Richtung Heimat des Piton. Also schick ich ihn hier an der A6 auf Weiterreise....

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Discovered It 10/03/2020 huskytrek discovered it   Visit Log

Gesehen

Retrieve It from a Cache 10/03/2020 Bert__61 retrieved it from TB-Motel A5 - Kronau Baden-Württemberg, Germany   Visit Log

Wir versuchen in der Rheinebene einen Berg zu finden....

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