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A Short Film by Teri Limongi
Credit: Epic TV Climbing Daily
A while ago the GB Paraclimbers were joined by the Epic TV film crew at the famous climbing location ‘Stanage Edge’ in the Peak District. The purpose of the day was to start on some easy routes to introduce trad climbing to those members of the team who has not yet tried it and to attempt one of the top 50 classics ‘Flying Buttress Direct’.
We all met at the car park opposite Stanage Edge early in the morning and met the crew, a gathering of the equipment and making sure we had everyone we set of up the hill to the crags. The film crew’s drone soon went up to film our progress and the stunning scenery surrounding us. The morning was spent on the easier crags getting use to trad climbing and warming up. After some lunch we moved on to Flying Buttress Direct and spent the afternoon there. As daylight faded we made out way back to the cars and set off for Stanage Edge where we intended to do some night bouldering on Deliverance.
We finished the day with a few of us stopping at a lovely Indian restaurant in Hathersage with the film crew before departing our ways.
The finished product is a great watch and what I like about it particularly is the way they have captured the rapour and closeness of the GB Paraclimbing Team. See for yourself below or on the EPIC TV Climbing Episode 1263.
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I am not sure there has been a ParaClimber enter the YCS before said my coach Robin O’Leary. Well I did and an experience it was.
My name is Matthew Phillips I’m 14 and I’m a paraclimber I climb up to 4 times a week at Surrey Sports Park and occasionally at other centres in the Surrey area. I climb at grade 6 and my highest is 6c, I’m currently working on a 7.