Complete range of accessories used in climbing.
Metal device that is inserted into a crack in the rock face and held in place by tension; it is extended by a steel cable to which a carabiner can snap on.
Accessory connected to the belay rope that consists of a number of straps to support the climber’s thighs and pelvis.
Piton that is driven into a hole previously made in the rock.
Metal spike with a blade that is driven into a crack in the rock face; it ends in an eye to which a belay rope can be attached with a carabiner.
Hole that is large enough for a carabiner to snap on so that a rope can be attached to the piton.
Part that is driven into the crack in the rock face.
tubular ice screw
Threaded metal tube that is screwed into ice or hard-packed snow to help with belaying and advancing.
Metal loop into which carabiners are inserted.