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Hazel Findlay Does Australia Video

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Tonight's Friday Night Video features top British climber Hazel Findlay climbing with Cedar Wright down under in Australia. Kangaroos, gutsy moves and some stunning scenery will make you want to book a flight and discover Arapiles and the Grampians for yourself...

"Every day you get a little bit scared. But you're not gonna die either."

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Hazel Findlay has been climbing for 25 of her 31 years, and started out trad climbing on the limestone sea cliffs of Pembrokeshire. She dabbled in competition climbing - she was the British junior champion six...

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4 Mar, 2016
"The" Arapiles? As in "the" Ben Nevis, "the" Snowdon, "the" Scafell Pike etc etc....surely Arapiles or Mount Arapiles. It is sometimes however referred to as "the Piles". You know, as in "the Ben". Pedantic, I know, but it looks silly on a website that intends to be an authoritative source to get the name of such a location wrong. Akin to Surfer Magazine publishing an article about "the" Teahupoo.
You should be the authority on all things climbing and universe related mate.
7 Mar, 2016
Looks like my omniscience didn't fail me eh, John? Thanks for your useful comment though. All the best. Karl.
9 Mar, 2016
Looks like a great route but the title is rather inappropriate (in both senses).
10 Mar, 2016
It made me raise an eyebrow as well :-) JW
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