/ NEWS: Steall Project Falls to MacLeod - 8c+/9a
"Linking the whole route was desperate for me. I've learned a lot about my climbing limitations during trying it, because I've tried everything to get stronger and fitter to manage it..."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67457
Now what are we going to do for blog posts saying "new high point 2.4mm higher - but I still haven't worked out whether to fart before adjusting my foot or after"?
Seriously, though, brilliant effort and it's been really inspiring following the whole thing. It's stuff I'll keep in mind whenever I think "this is impossible, I'll never be able to get it..."
Come on Dave - give it 9a!
Fantastic effort - the photos on Dave's blog are some of the best I've seen.
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