/ NEW REVIEW: Morocco Rock: Crack Addicts
"This magnificent area is a new router's paradise and a bastion of proper trad climbing. You won't find any bolts here and the ground up ethic is very strong. No clip sticks, few continental climbers and no endless and tedious cries of "take". The rock is magnificent solid quartzite. It takes good gear and provides endless great lines covering all styles of climbing."
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/review.php?id=5041
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