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Climbing on borrowed time 17-May-2009 At 7:26:22 PM WM
On 17/05/2009 Eduardo Slabofvic wrote:
> Everyone must put in the same small wire and you can now see how the rock around the slot is smoothed out and has slightly rounded sandblasted look to it.

After getting back to araps after a long absence I was surprised how many wire slots look like this - some probably go up a size every few years! Makes you wonder whether pontificating trad climbers really have the moral high ground when it comes to "permanently defacing the rock" ...

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