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Wanterbaach - Berdorf climbing area in Luxemburg.
 
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Kapplerstein  -  climbing area in Germany.
 
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Ibbenbüren -  climbing area in Germany.
 
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Monte Cervino – Berschenhoek The Netherlands

If you want to climb in Netherlands you are looking for an artificial mountain. Fortunately this is possible. a beautiful location is found in bergschenhoek at Monte Cervino. You will be here inside and outside fully enjoy.

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Where you can climb in The Netherlands, click here.
http://www.climbmaterials.com/Netherlands.php

#MonteCervino #TheNetherlands #climbmaterials
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Steinkuhle - Winterberg climbing area in Germany.
 
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Storing your equipment after it has become damp/ wet
 
After you have been climbing in an damp/ moisty surroundig (perhaps even rain), it is very important to keep your gear as dry as possible and make sure you let it dry totally before storing it.
The pictures below show you what happens if you store a wet harness in an air tight box and let it inside there for some weeks.
The damage to the materials happens pretty fast and the result is an harness you have to throw away.

- DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT USING/ RE-USING MATERIALS THAT LOOK LIKE THIS.
- MAKE SURE NO ONE ELSE (WITH LESS EXPERIENCE) CAN USE THESE MATERIALS (DESTROY IT BEFORE THROWING AWAY).

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#climbingsafety
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