/ ARTICLE: Hone Your Alpine Psyche by Andy Kirkpatrick
I was emailed by a climber this week asking if I had any ideas on improving mental attitude for alpine climbing, which I guess means “how do you feel less worried about hurting yourself and push your your limit”. So here's a brief run down of ideas on making you feel like Silva Karo!
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