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Upside Down Wales - The Climbing World of George Smith Fri Night Vid

© Al Hughes

This week's Friday Night Video is Al Hughes, George Smith and Pat Saunders' classic Upside Down Wales. George Smith, upside-down guru and arch obsessive, leads us on a remarkable journey into his wonderful world - a journey with attitude and character. Like salad after chips.

Follow Welsh climbing legend George as he, along with a host of other well-known climbers, discover some of Wales's wildest and wackiest upside-down routes.


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13 Nov

In the middle of this wonderful film is one of the best poetry readings I've ever heard.

13 Nov

I'd missed this before, brilliantly captures the ridiculousness of climbing whilst also being the best thing in the world!

14 Nov

Thanks UKC That was Great! Really puts climbing into perspective.

15 Nov

Simply brilliant.

15 Nov

Moved me to get my DVD copy out. Still brilliant.

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