Ah, good point, let me fix that text. I meant a very solid bolt with a big metal ring. I forgot that "rap ring" means a little metal ring usually threaded through a dozen bleached slings originating in some hard-to-see manky pitons!
Belays are always good pitons, in some cases, the pins have actually been cemented into place. The rappel anchors are always solid thick bolts with a thick steel ring for the rope. Very nice!
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