dougair

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London

Best Climbing Experience
Night Climbing at Les Galliands Chamonix was good fun. Also completing my first Alpine route, the Cosmiques Arete.

Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Alpine stuff.

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Interests Outside Climbing
I love to travel as much as funds will allow. I enjoy reading (Climbing/Mountaineering Literature of course!)

About My Photography
I have now upgraded my first DSLR and gone full-frame although still haven't really learned how to use it properly! Current photography can best be described as more luck than judgement, however, by next year I hope to be saying its more down to judgement than luck!!

Photo Gallery

Lone Climber

Lone Climber
© dougair

Phil, Stuart and I on the Col du Midi

Phil, Stuart and I on the Col du Midi
© dougair

Intersection Rock, Joshua Tree

Intersection Rock, Joshua Tree
© dougair

Mont Blanc du Tacul

Mont Blanc du Tacul
© dougair

The Midi Arete, I didn't like it the first time and still don't!

The Midi Arete, I didn't like it the first time and still don't!
© dougair

Qualifying for the Climbing World Cup.

Qualifying for the Climbing World Cup.
© dougair

Le Drus

Le Drus
© dougair

A Clear Night in J Tree

A Clear Night in J Tree
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Anything Else We Should Know
Quotes:

“Climb if you will, but remember that courage and strength are nought without prudence, and that a momentary negligence may destroy the happiness of a lifetime. Do nothing in haste; look well to each step; and from the beginning think what may be the end.” Edward Wymper

“In the current playgrounds of their sport, mountaineers learn what primitive people know instinctively – that mountains are the abode of the dead, and that to travel in the high country is not simply to risk death but to risk understanding it.” Robert Reid


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