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General Climbing Discussion

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Australian Grading 27-Aug-2009 At 1:29:02 PM WM
On 25/08/2009 MelH wrote:
>Does that mean you would say to someone you climb low 20s for sports and mid teens for trad?

On 26/08/2009 mikepatt wrote:
>yes, you're correct in your assumption that climbers may climb different grades depending on whether it's a sports climb or a trad climb.

... and on the other hand some people climb just as hard, or better, on trad routes. Either way, this is not a fault in the grading system - this simply reflects whether climbers have well rounded strengths

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