Dave MacLeod’s Climbing and Training Tips Series

by Tom Markiewicz on June 3, 2009

Dave MacLeod is writing a series of introductory articles for the Mountaineering Council of Scotland??s magazine and site.

You can find the first three parts here and the fourth is due this August. The articles are PDFs and contain some great tips for climbing and training from the Scottish hardman.

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