- Jun 12, 2010
- Denis Klero
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- Free climbing is all about the freedom to explore without any more equipment than a bag of chalk. That makes it liberating, it also makes it very dangerous. “Yes it is,” adds Denis. “But we also can’t use any equipment because if the cops turn up we have to go away very fast!”
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