- n a metal spike with a hole for a rope; mountaineers drive it into ice or rock to use as a hold
- After an hour's work, he drove a piton into the rock, hooked a finger through the piton's eye and leaned dizzily backwards to search for a route above.
- Beautifully photographed in Switzerland, James Ramsey Ullman's Banner in the Sky has become a sort of alpine Huckleberry Finn, with James MacArthur as the main piton in a .
- Siegert and his companions hammered in a piton every 3 ft.
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- Mayor Nutter's 2013 vacation mystery solved?
It appears though, the mayor and his family were walking the sandy beaches below the " majestic Piton mountains " in St. Lucia, a gorgeous Caribbean island.
Aug. 1, 2013 - Philly.com