I sometimes worry that climbing is too close to trainspotting with it's endless compilation of lists and numbers - but that doesn't seem to have stopped me from doing it for the past 25 years or so. My most inspiring places to climb have generally been in North America, Scotland and France. I climb a lot around local venues like Avon and Cheddar and am always open to teaming up with new people. I'm deeply sceptical of all grading systems. I teach film-making at the University of Bristol (and occasionally make or work on films too).
Bristol & Birmingham
Best Climbing Experience
Sunset in Tuolumne - probably.
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Rocktalk, Lifts & partners, UK Winter Climbing
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Interests Outside Climbing
Hedonism, Film-making, Cinema, coffee & flapjacks.
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User Profileregistered 11/Jan/02
Been Climbing For
More than 20 years
Trad - E4
Winter - IV
Ice - WI-5+
Trad - E5
Trad Rock Climbing
Several times a week
In the UK, Europe & USA
'Titan's Wall' Ben Nevis
'The Rigid Designator' - Vail
'Them' and 'Arms Race' - Avon Gorge
'Alladin's Mirror Direct' - Corrie An T-Sneachda
'Incredible Hand Crack' - Indian Creek Utah
'Northumberland Wall' Diabaig Scotland
'Left Wall' Cromlech
'Exasperator' - Squamish
'Reed's Direct' - Yosemite
'Blues Riff' Tuolumne