Alum pot extra P hangers


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We agree that all CNCC-installed anchors should usually be depicted on an associated topo.

There may be a few exceptions, e.g. Dr Bannisters Handbasin in Long Churn, where a CNCC anchor provides a handline belay (along with backup around the large boulder), but an entire topo just for that might be deemed 'excessive' and just a verbal mention in our accompanying route description is probably sufficient.

Agree entirely that a trivial pitch/slope doesn't need a topo if the rope length and suitable description (e.g. 2 resin anchors, 10m rope required) is provided.

The problem with doing a really good job is that it makes perfection seem more achievable and indeed unreasonably expected :p