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In climbing, a piton (/ˈpiːtɒn/; also called a pin or peg) is a metal spike (usually steel) that is driven into a crack or seam in the climbing surface with a climbing hammer, and which acts as an anchor to either protect the climber against the consequences of a fall or to assist progress in aid climbing.How do you use climbing spikes?
For the easiest way to climb a tree, consider a set of tree spikes that allow you to climb like a bear. Strapped to the lower legs, tree spikes have metal projecting out from the inside of a booted leg that penetrates the bark and inner layers of pulp. This allows the user to support weight on each penetrated spike...