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General Climbing Discussion

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Have you ever...... 29-Nov-2004 At 9:16:49 AM butter_fingers
"a climb that I wouldn't have fallen off"?

There aren't that many of those. But I have intentionally fallen off a number of climbs, but mainly to get used to falling (and a number of times it has been... unintentional). Being a a young, inexperienced and (in a nutshell) stupid person, let alone a climber, I have had the impression that falling is part of climbing, and one should get used to it. I haven't taken a big whipper yet.... but it'll come.

Mainly my falling was to motivate / educate myself. Gotta learn somehow.

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