I live in Sheffield, reacently moved out from my parent's house, still live close to the peak district.
Best Climbing Experience
All of them, but the times I climbed with my brother and Dad when i was learning to climb were some of the best, especially my first leads with my Dad.
Soloing Overhanging Buttress Arete at Burbage when out with a mate in my mid teens was good too, I 'knew' I wouldn't fall off.
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Enjoyment, and nice places.
Interests Outside Climbing
Taking pictures, cycling, hill walking, winter hill walking/mountaineering in the UK, going to concerts, having a dance.
About My Photography
Click to list photo comments written by me. (15 comments)
I've voted for 51 photos, average vote 4.7.
(70% superb - 29% good - 0% average - 0% poor - 0% rubbish)
Anything Else We Should Know
I can wiggle my ears(:-)), self aceptance is the hardest but the most important thing.((O:)
...Life is only understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards.
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User Profileregistered 24/Apr/02
Been Climbing For
11 to 20 years
Trad - HVS
Indoor - 6c
Indoor - 6a
Bouldering - V5
Several times a year
In the UK
Crack and corner(Stanage)Peak
Flying Buttress(Stanage)Peak District
Heather Wall(Stanage)Peak District
Overhanging Buttres Arete(Burbage)Peak
Madusa (Ravensdale)Peak District
A granite(?)slab in Torridion