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Nalle Hukkataival – Tips for Keeping the Crag Clean

Good etiquette to remember so that everyone can enjoy the boulders.

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Nalle Hukkataival looks around Franchard Isatis, Fontainebleau and explains ways in which climbers can minimize the impact they have on climbing areas.

Some tips to keep in mind in bouldering areas: brush out tick marks after finishing in an area, be conscious of where you’re dragging your pads, and be sure to pick up after yourself!


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