The contradiction: Easiest sequences Vs Hardest variations


Wednesday, 5 September

Being a climber means that you challenge yourself both by finding the easiest sequences and the hardest variations. Every FA want to create clear an obvious lines which, however, sometimes get ruined because harder variations being added. In some cases it also leads to that eliminations have to be established reducing the free spirit of climbing. For some reasons, it seems like in bouldering more focus is actually been put forward to add any type of link-ups to create the hardest graded variations.

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