I like all styles of climbing with a preference for long trad and winter routes.

I don't mind a bit of loose rock and commitment and I like some adventure. I perform better at proper climbing on steep rock and cracks than slabs. I'm not particularly bold.

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SE / S Coast but lived all over

Best Climbing Experience
The pumpkin my first grade V, perfect day with a proper mate.

Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Gear, Winter Conditions, Epics....

Why Swanage is better than most grit crags...

Recent Postings

Am I too old on 23-Mar-15
4 Season Tents on 18-Mar-15
Nikwax Tech wash on 18-Mar-15
Boots resoled? on 02-Mar-15

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UKC Volunteer
Moderator for 12 crags, checking missing climbs added to the logbooks: Shelterstone Crag, Creag a'choire Etchachan, Stone Farm, Braeriach (Garbh Corie Mor), Carn Etchachan, Stac An Fharaidh, Braeriach, Coire An Lochain, The Angels Peak, Braeriach, Garbh Choire Dhaidh, Braeriach, Coire Bhrochain ... plus 2 more

Interests Outside Climbing
Mountain Biking, Swimming, Hill Walking

Photo Gallery
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I've voted for 96 photos, average vote 4.2.
(53% superb - 22% good - 19% average - 4% poor - 0% rubbish)

Anything Else We Should Know
Historically I've only logged climbs I've lead (apart from southern sandstone) and quite often only the first time. However I am now starting to log everything. I keep my log book up to date partially for me and partially for potential partners so they can get an idea of what I actually climb.

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