Route Setter Magazine vol. #4 OUT NOW!

EDITORIAL

Wednesday, 24 November

Your premium source when it comes to route setting, gym management and the world of indoor climbing. Researched by experts, written for enthusiasts.

Inside this issue:

The Olympic debut of sport climbing – It took years to get there. Did it pay off?

The master of moves – An interview with Jacky Godoffe

The rise of indoor climbing in Japan – Why Japanese climbers blow everyone’s mind

When passion becomes profession – The path to professionalizing routesetting

Inspiring initiatives – Making climbing more inclusive and accessible

Fiberglass and wood volumes – A history of climbing holds part II

+ gym spotlights, the winners of the first Route Setter Magazine photo contest, the latest products from top brands and suppliers, and much more!

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