/ NEW ARTICLE: A New 'Style' of Climbing: the Eco-Mountaineer
"For many, true mountaineering involves a physical and mental challenge in landscapes that seem wild and remote. 'Feeling the rock' during a hard climb and being on the hill as a storm rolls over are both intense experiences that embody this 'pure' and boundless pursuit..."
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