/ GUEST EDITORIAL: Scottish Winter Climbing - Where Next?
"I've always been pretty bad at mixed climbing as I am at most disciplines. But in winter I struggle particularly and I must admit I wonder every time I walk in on some dark spooky morning if I'll still remember how to do it at all..."
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