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General Climbing Discussion

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Size matters 9-Feb-2010 At 3:37:42 PM prb
On 8/02/2010 Rupert wrote:
>I guess we'd better say slabs are in, and we are taking about generally unbroken (un-terraced cliffs).

I'm not sure Balls or Fed would qualify. Uluru might - it's 348m above the plain so if you found a route
with a slope averaging 45 degrees it'd stretch to 492m. Did the old climbs (I think one was called
Kangaroo Paw?) go to the summit?

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