Rebolting Finished at Gorges du Tarnby Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Aug/2012
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The limestone gorge had safety problems with failing bolts, but over 200 routes have now been reequipped and the routes are open again for climbing.
Some of the original climbing sectors are no longer open for climbing due to access closures, but on the whole the area is ready for action.
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