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Scottish Sport Climbing on BBC iPlayer

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On Friday 13th November, a 2-hour episode of The Adventure Show aired on BBC Scotland. Four young and strong climbers - Hannah Smith, Emma Davidson, Rhys Langlands and Calum Cunningham - try their hand at one of Scotland's newest and hardest sport crags, the  Loch Maree Crag Super Crag near Gairloch.

Hannah Smith climbing at the Loch Maree Super Crag.  © BBC Scotland
Hannah Smith climbing at the Loch Maree Super Crag.
© BBC Scotland

GB Climbing Team members Hannah and Emma give Wee Muc-shelich an onsight go and Rhys and Calum continue their redpoint sieges on Rainbow Warrior and Testify. Meanwhile, climber and TV presenter Duncan McCallum and crag developer Paul Tattersall provide valuable insight into the sport for non-climbers.

Watch the programme on BBC iPlayer here (available for one month)

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18 Nov, 2020

Hard routes!

22 Nov, 2020

Good film, worth watching

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