I climb indoors mostly but don't pass up a chance to get out. I'm about 2 years into climbing this time. I climbed about 20 yrs ago, indoors also due to circumstances, but just thugged about. This time I've given more effort to really learning and I enjoy it more than ever. I want to see how long I can keep getting better before I start falling back. With real rock - I'd love to have a few days to get bored, to try stuff so easy I scream because I'm so bored and then, begin to crank it up. I want outdoors not to be a groundhog day of being scared without any good reason to be. I don't want it to beat me.
Best Climbing Experience
I think I have a new one of these every couple of months - I must be shallow!
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Getting tips for getting better.
Interests Outside Climbing
Mumsiness, dragon boat paddling and terrible slow running!
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Nottingham Climbing Centre
Several times a week
Artillery Corner D
Bramble Crack D
Sheltered Crack VD
Combs Climb S 4a
Keep Corner S 4a
Christmas Crack HS 4a
Narrow Buttress (Direct Start) VS 5a
Black Hawk Traverse Right (Blizzard Chimney) D
Slab and Crack (Bamford) D
Portside S 4a
Leaning Slab VD
Bamford Wall S 4a
Short Curve VD
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