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WARNING!: Rock climbing is, by its very nature, a potentially hazardous activity. The core of the climbing experience is expressed in decision making; the holds to use, the routes you are capable of climbing, and the information you can trust. This compilation of climbing material is not intended to be the only source of information for those wishing to pursue the sport of rock climbing. Prior and competent knowledge in the use of various rock climbing safety devices is essential. While every attempt is made to ensure that the information provided here is correct and safe, it is never a substitute for good judgement. Always check information with other sources and your own common sense before trusting your life to it! By use of the provided information, the reader hereby releases the authors and providers of said information from any liability for any injury, including death, that might result. You have been warned!
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