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General Climbing Discussion

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Rings out 9-Aug-2012 At 5:02:53 PM davidn
I agree totally. What can you (or anyone) do? If we're really brutally honest about this, probably not much. In 50 or 100 years, we'll all be dead, and all of those crags may well be Europeanised, with bolts every 1.2 metres.

I do sympathise with this issue and agree it goes all one way, rarely the other. It seems like in years to come, trad climbers are going to have to either find and never advertise new crags, just pass them by word of mouth to a in crowd who can be trusted, or retreat to poxy shit crags. Pretty sad.

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