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A Feather in the West - New Routing on Owey

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This week's Friday Night Video is a trip to the small island of Owey. A team of talented Irish climbers explore sea cliffs that local guidebook writer Iain Miller claims, have "enough new routing potential to last at least twelve lifetimes". As they explore the island, we discover what it takes to seek out new, uncharted climbs and turn them from a piece of salt-soaked, lichen lined rock into a world-class three-star route in a guidebook. The climbers themselves discover an environment and community that is uniquely wondrous, beguiling and unforgettable.


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29 May

Superb!

Lovely vid!

29 May

Watched this last night, one of the best trad videos I’ve seen in a long time - immaculate looking climbing, engaging characters and beautifully shot - really enjoyed It.

29 May

Really enjoyed that. I want to go.......

Really good, very well shot and some great trad climbing sequences.

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