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marc801


Apr 2, 2014, 6:45 AM

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Re: [jacques] classification versus scale difficulty
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jacques wrote:
rocknice2 wrote:
jacques wrote:
marc801 wrote:

I have no idea what you are saying

Read "a national climbing classification proposed" by Leight Ortenberger, in 1963 at http://www.supertopo.com/...php?topic_id=1039859

Understand what is the two difficulty identify in the text.

and you will understand that when a climber lower the overall difficulty of a route (beta, working a route, bolt, multiple repetition) these guy are sport climber.

a climber who lower the difficulty of the hardiest pitch and who climb route with a high commitment rating (ground up, route finding, on sigh) those guy are more trad.

So, it is not because you place cam that you are a trad climber and some trad used bolt when the consequences of a fall are too hight
Please stop writing gibberish and for fuck sake learn how quotes work.

Edit: the original was cheese-titted so badly that it spilled over into this post - had to add 3 closing quote tags.


(This post was edited by marc801 on Apr 2, 2014, 7:56 AM)



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