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Fear – Taking the Sharp End

An article on facing down one’s fears.

“This was supposed to be the easy line. Soft sticks, a fun groove, and good stems made for fun climbing. Somewhere along the way though, everything changed – Now I’m 20 feet out from my last screw snd I’m absolutely terrified.”

Read more here….

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Source: Taking the Sharp End
Submitted by:  Patrick Cooke /  NEice.cim


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