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Will Stanhope – As a Guide

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Will Stanhope wrote on Youtube when this video was released, “Last winter Sonnie Trotter, Cameron Maier and I, Will Stanhope, ventured down under to the fabled island of Tasmania. It’s really an awesome place if you ever get a chance to visit; think high mountain crags, wave blasted sea cliffs and some of the spindliest sea stacks on planet earth. Viewers beware: along with the climbing footage, there’s a fair bit of head-scratching inside jokes in this video. And to all the guides out there that this might offend, keep in mind that this isn’t meant to be taken seriously. Guide on!”


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