So much to do so little time...!
Best Climbing Experience
Far to many to name. Thanks to all those who I've shared the end of a rope with. Some great memories.
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Articles by James Rushforth
- Capturing the stars: Night Sky Photography Oct/2014
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- The Dolomites - Alpine and Sport Limestone Apr/2010
- Climbing the Comici – VII / E3 5c, Dolomites Apr/2010
Moderator for 151 crags, checking missing climbs added to the logbooks: Wintour's Leap, Val Travenanzes, Landro, Muro dell'Asino, Nago, Punta Corno di Bo, Grandes Jorasses, Cinque Torri, Sass de Stria/Hexenstein, Sella Towers ... plus 141 more
Interests Outside Climbing
Anything outdoor related. Skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, cross country running.
About My Photography
I just point and click! Not always in that order! Have used a variety of small camera's that fit in the pocket while climbing. Would like a digital SLR, need to start doing the lottery!
Click to list photo comments written by me. (401 comments)
I've voted for 1,233 photos, average vote 3.9.
(33% superb - 33% good - 23% average - 9% poor - 0% rubbish)
Anything Else We Should Know
Climbing chalk and masking tape make the world go round!
User Profileregistered 26/Feb/08
Been Climbing For
4 to 10 years
Trad - E5
Ice - WI5
Sport - 7b+
Bouldering - f7A
Trad - E7
Sport - 8a
Bouldering - f7B+
Ice - WI5+
The Tre Cime
In the UK & Europe
Far to many to name...