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The Scottish Crack House (Better Than Indian Creek!)

Tom Randall said it: this place is better than Indian Creek! The Wide Boyz head to Edinburgh and meet Robbie Phillips to sample some of the finest roof crack climbing around on a crag that's never wet.

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The Wide Boyz team up with Robbie Phillips and Culann O’Brien, who shoem them around some urban cracks in Edinburgh for the weekend. There are repeats up to 5.13b (yes, they use the Yosemite Decimal System on a bridge crack in Scotland) and the first ascent of an unclimbed project.


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