Leo Houlding has revealed details of a major expedition that will start next month. Leading a team of six, Leo will set out to climb a new route on the 600m, continually overhanging Prow of Roraima in Guyana. In a trip that is being sponsored by Berghaus, the team will include Anna Taylor, the latest addition to the brand's line-up of athletes, who will be taking part in her first major expedition.
It looks like another amazing adventure, but is it just me who thinks that calling your team a 'crew' and referring to an expedition as a 'quest' makes is sound a bit like a Pirates of the Caribbean sequel?
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