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The ‘Wideboyz’ have another mission!!
The ‘Crack School’ Masterclass Mission
This time the ‘Wideboyz’ objective may be a bit safer, but is an equally skilful task, which is to pass on their knowledge in a series of exclusive ‘Crack School’ Masterclasses run by Wild Country at some of the Uk’s best climbing walls. Each Crack School Masterclass will take place on specially designed finger, hand and offwidth cracks and the aim is to enable climbers of all abilities to get involved and to unlock the secrets of crack climbing direct from the Wideboys.
How It Works
What the Crack School Masterclass fee covers:
To book your place on one of these amazing days:
Crack School masterclasses will take place on the dates below:
Or if you have any questions you can call Ian or Mark at Wild Country on 01298 871010
All profits from these masterclasses will go towards the BMC Paraclimbing team to provide support for the team to attend the 2014 World Cup. Tom and Pete will also be donating a day’s Crack School coaching each to the BMC Paraclimbing Team as part of their involvement.
Read more about Wild Country's sponsorship of the Para Team here: http://bit.ly/N6JsV6
Read more about Tom Randall here: http://bit.ly/1kXQcA0
Read more about Pete Whittaker here: http://bit.ly/1itUgHu
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