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Maja Vidmar redpointing Attila Long (8c+, 5.14c), Chasm, Italy

I love climbing very much.  When I first tried climbing, I realised it is a special kind of motion that everyone has in themselves.  You get lost in these long routes and you are somewhere high, somewhere between holds, and it is a special feeling that I like very much.  Sometimes it involves a lot of adrenaline.

photo: Gerhard Schaar

house-under-a-rock:

Maja Vidmar redpointing Attila Long (8c+, 5.14c), Chasm, Italy

I love climbing very much.  When I first tried climbing, I realised it is a special kind of motion that everyone has in themselves.  You get lost in these long routes and you are somewhere high, somewhere between holds, and it is a special feeling that I like very much.  Sometimes it involves a lot of adrenaline.

photo: Gerhard Schaar

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