So nice to read a personal report of a route which is so grateful of the others involved, modest and down to earth.
It can be all to easy at times to read report after report, assuming that top level climbers go out and put up hard route after hard route, day in day out with none of the team work and 'rigours' that your everyday climber goes through.
Ite refreshing to hear we all play the same game but to different levels and with differing degrees of experience.
I think Hazel is a real example to the climbingcomunity, inspirational and has great character, another deseervedly fantastic personal achievement.
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