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El Boalo, La Pedriza Spain

El Boalo, La Pedriza Spain

Improve Your Climbing Finger Strength  It's obvious to anyone that building strength in the fingers is one of the most important (if not the most important) areas to build strength on the body of a climber.  Regardless of how strong your back, chest, arms and your core is, if

Improve Your Climbing Finger Strength It's obvious to anyone that building strength in the fingers is one of the most important (if not the most important) areas to build strength on the body of a climber. Regardless of how strong your back, chest, arms

My herb and chook area growing beautifully. Climbing rose and grape on chook house. Lavender, daisies and herbs my favourites!

Herb and chook area growing beautifully. Climbing rose and grape on the chicken house. Lavender, daisies and herbs

Avoid Finger Blowouts - Protect your finger pulleys when climbing. From Climbing Magazine. By Guillaume Michaud, M.D.

Avoid Finger Blowouts - Protect your finger pulleys when climbing. From Climbing Magazine. By Guillaume Michaud, M.

Indoor Traverse Wall Panels-I like that this offers lots of climbing without lots of height!

Indoor Traverse Wall Panels - American Child Woodworks has been asked to design and build an indoor play area for a local Mommy and Me Boutique.

It might be best known as a key beer ingredient, but the hop vine brings good taste to a #garden, too. #landscaping

10 Fast-Climbing Vines for Your Garden

Hops (Humulus lupulus) Zones In mid to late summer, its large leaves are joined by chartreuse cones (borne only on female plants) that deliver as much drama as any flower. Plus, this baby can climb 12 inches per day, topping out at around 25 feet.

A Shropshire Lad - Climbing Rose by David Austin - pretty much a classic. Very fragrant, with a fruity tea rose scent. Disease resistant, repeat flowering and - I was surprised to learn - almost thornless.

TRELLIS/ARBOR: Mix of Akebia/Climbing Roses (with underplanting of shade tolerant specimens)

How to carry out your injured climbing partner with only your rope. www.climbing.com/skill/the-rope-litter/

The Rope Litter - Carry an injured partner with one rope l It’s a picture-perfect October day of climbing with a cool breeze and just enough sun filtering through the changing leaves to keep you warm while belaying.

How to rest during your redpoint | Climbing

Sufficiently recovering at a rest on a rock climb often means the difference between success and failure. You have to rest to redpoint your project—no matter what. Here are some techniques.

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