I ended up taking the laid back approach to life. I work when i need to work, climb in my spare time and always take the up on an opportunity for an adventure if it arrises.
Wherever the work is..
Best Climbing Experience
Finding a new (and very loose) route on the
Aig. de la Perseverance and watching the sun set on the summit.
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Anything to do with gear- im a total gear freak!
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Interests Outside Climbing
Mountain biking, fell running, kayaking and walking. Ive also played guitar for seven years. Im currently going through a blues and jazz phase but i play a bit of every style. I love to cook aswell.
About My Photography
Just some random pics of my mates and myself at the crags or in the hills. I'm looking to improve my photography as best as i can this year so hopefully the shots should get a little better!
Click to list photo comments written by me. (13 comments)
I've voted for 494 photos, average vote 4.4.
(57% superb - 28% good - 9% average - 2% poor - 2% rubbish)
User Profileregistered 10/Nov/05
Been Climbing For
4 to 10 years
Trad - E1
Sport - 6a
Bouldering - f6A
Ice - WI4
Trad - E2
Sport - 6b+
Bouldering - f6C
Winter - IV
Trad Rock Climbing
Several times a week
In the UK & Europe
Bouldering- Black Traverse
Single Pitch- The Dirl Chimney (VS 4c ***)
The goove (VS 5a ***) (dunkeld)
Pain pillar- (VS 4C ***)
Gaucho- (HVS 5a ***)
Wall Street- (E1 5B ***)
Elgins crack (E2 5B ***)
Cioch nose- (V Diff ****)
Voie Blanch- D+ (5b 4 5b 5a 5c)
Fee des Druides (5c 5a 4c+ 5a)
Any big route in Skye.
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