Curse screaming and access problems

EDITORIAL

Saturday, 16 May

In most sports, curse and obscenity screaming are considered bad behavior and you could actually get peneltied doing it. It is the same in competition climbing where you get a yellow card for cursing. However, outdoors it seems it is getting more popular to curse after falling. Talking to many landowners and neighbours over the years it seems the thing they get most upset of is hearing “P-y” over and over again. In Göteborg, one crag has just been shut down because of the various bad behaviour of climbers.

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