/ NEW ARTICLE: Stevie Haston: The Way of the Dervish
"Climbing was so popular that you couldn't get into the pubs of a weekend, or onto the fashionable crags. This meant routes were clean, info was on offer, and there were partners and enjoyable climbing society everywhere. You could be penniless and physically broken, but some kind old dude would buy you a pint and listen to your tales of daring do..."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2799
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