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Celebrating women that climb

Yosemite Freeing El Cap is something most climbers want to do when they get to a certain level. Everything about the wall, it’s beauty, history, height and the hard nature of the climbing make freeing el cap the ultimate goal for a good climber. And yet that goal can do nothing to prepare you for … Continue reading Celebrating women that climb

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Celebrating women that climb

Tenerife I first started climbing over ten years ago when our children, Naomi and Tom, were young and had joined a local climbing group organised by Fiona! My husband, Mark, had learnt how to belay so they all encouraged me to have a go. I was absolutely terrified as I hate heights, but once I … Continue reading Celebrating women that climb

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Celebrating women that climb

Dalriada The imposing schist prow of Dalriada on the North Peak of the Cobbler in the Arrochar Alps, Scotland, is an iconic climb that sees relatively few ascents given the many stories it has to tell and the breathtaking images captured there over the years. Dalriada is, for me, the epitome of hard, adventurous climbing … Continue reading Celebrating women that climb

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Celebrating women that climb

Kalymnos Greece Kalymnos, an up and coming climbers paradise and home to the North Face climbing festival. An offering of grey and orange limestone parched by the sun. I was lucky to climb there a couple of years ago. There are around 2000 sport routes to suit climbers of any ability. I can’t remember the … Continue reading Celebrating women that climb

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Commando Ridge I love rocks. Everything about rocks, the feel of them, the age, size, colour & texture. Climbing higher & higher is thrilling. Commando Ridge in Cornwall was no exception, with spectacular views & waves crashing below me. It was a beautiful sunny day. We started on a low tide scrambling down to the … Continue reading Celebrating women that climb

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Celebrating Women that climb

Dream of White Horses My friend Susanne and I climbed ‘A Dream of White Horses’ at Gogarth in Anglesey in summer 2016. It was a mild August day, quite early in the morning, and no-one was around. It was the perfect conditions: dry rock, no queue to get on, no-one breathing down our necks behind … Continue reading Celebrating Women that climb

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