It's no secret that Ben Moon - one of Britain's most influential and respected climbers - has been projecting Northern Lights 9a at Kilnsey. Having ticked Rainshadow 9a at age 48 in June 2015 (UKC News report), Ben continues to set the bar high, 25+ years since his heyday.
In this video from Boreal, Ben talks about the evolution of climbing in the UK and his varying approach to training and projecting over the years.
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