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Old 04-12-11   #1 (permalink)
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What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

I'm curious to what people's opinions are to what makes a good climber is it speed,safety,efficiency,confidence and, knowledge ?? What do you think?
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

Yep all of them and a few more things
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

vertigo lol
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

Getting the job done in the most cost effective manor.
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

One that goes home in one piece.
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

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I'm curious to what people's opinions are to what makes a good climber is it speed,safety,efficiency,confidence and, knowledge ?? What do you think?
You answered your own question brother...

So did everybody else.
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one that goes home in 1 piece and everyone else and everything is intact
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One with the right surname................
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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

[QUOTE=butler;582764]One with the right surname................:001_tt2

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Re: What's the difference between a good climber and a good climber?

More than a couple of years’ experience
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