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I was saddened to learn about two proposals that Bugaboo Provincial Park is considering, both of which would have adverse effects on climbing and climbers.
I was ready to escape the mediocrity of my job scene, where people were so catty with each other. I couldn't wait to meet people who were beyond such pettiness.
Please, authors, make sure you do the climb and take the right notes before publishing misleading information.
Instead of railing against the restrictions by claiming that access to federally managed lands should not be affected by religious or cultural background, Frank is instead taking the stance that climbing the Tower and revering it are not mutually exclusive perspectives.
Our gratitude will be for ever lasting, in our hearts you will stay, as angels who gave us the liberty of enjoying our life for ever more...
Numbers were usually dull and meaningless to her, an annoyance she barely tolerated because she had to. But these numbers, these were easy and natural for her.
Is it really ethical to claim to be able to lead and care for marginally experienced climbers in such an unpredictable environment?