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Last year's high point on Teng Kangpoche, new line to the right
© Nick Bullock
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Lee Proctor climbing Chullila, 7b+ at Brean Down.
© Mark Glaister, Oct 2004
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Cheptito, 7a at Brean Down.
© Mark Glaister, Oct 2004
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Brean Down Topo
© Mark Glaister, Oct 2004
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Belaying on Pool Wall (E5 6b) at Lawrencefield
Brian Harley, Aug 1987
© Alan James
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In real life, it's often lower and safer - like toproping at Bowles Rocks in the south of England
© Charles Arthur
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A really hard problem at Brunel: this needed strength and power and lots of technique. Best left to the end ...
© SIBL, Oct 2004
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A really tough roof problem at Arethusa; the key was body position, not muscle.
© SIBL, Oct 2004
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It looked easy when Roy did it... some problems turn out much harder than you expect.
© SIBL, Oct 2004
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Now that's technique: Roy, the evergreen veteran of the Southern League, plugging a crack climb at the Brunel comp.
© SIBL, Oct 2004
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Looks easy but it's not....a problem on the Arethusa Wall in 1999. This problem was about 6b+ - very few people managed it.
© SIBL, Oct 2004
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The weary but happy team at the top: Richard Heap and Neil Bentley on the right.
© Slackjaw, Oct 2004
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Neil Bentley on the 25th pitch of Freerider - this bit is only 5.11d (about E5). There are bits which are about E7/8..
© Slackjaw, Oct 2004
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Neil Bentley and Richard Heap take a bivvy break on El Cap.
© Slackjaw, Oct 2004
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l Capitan in Yosemite Valley seen from the road approach from the west.
© Slackjaw, Oct 2004
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....and after
© Charles Arthur, Oct 2004
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The mid-crux on the Dervish, before......
© Charles Arthur, Oct 2004
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Beginning the lower crux, with some small RPs for protection
© Charles Arthur, Oct 2004
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At the start of Comes The Dervish; Dave Barraclough belaying. The graffiti is the red stuff on the right....
© Charles Arthur, Oct 2004
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Swanage - Isis Area - Route Line of Pearly Gates
© ROCKFAX
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Vel at Everest Base Camp!
© Verity, Apr 2004
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Simon Panton
© Ray Wood, Oct 2004
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Mark Katz on Cae Du Crack sds V7/8 (V8+ perhaps), Cae Du.
© Simon Panton, Oct 2004
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Nigel Callender on The Flake V0 - , Wtopia.
© Gruffudd Sion Owen, Oct 2004
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