/ NEW ARTICLE: EDITORIAL: The Berlin Bunker
"The setting is suitably drab. The climbing is on the sunless north side. Rubbish is scatted across the dirt ground. Graffiti covers the base of the wall in a ring of rebellious colour; the bright paint stark against the grey of the city. The top of the bunker is fenced with barbed wire. This is not Yosemite National Park...
And yet it is one of the most moving places I have climbed."
Jack Geldard visits the Berlin Bunker.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=3501
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