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Climbing In Hawaii?

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October 17 2017

If you’ve ever had a conversation about rock climbing in Hawaii, the words “There’s no climbing in Hawaii,” more than likely came out of someone’s mouth. It’s a misconception that seems to be permanent in the collective mind of rock climbers, despite Hawaii having some recent features in Rock & Ice and Climbing Magazine, as well as the constant stream of pictures and video the climbers here post to social media.

Bouldering, Advanced Climbing, Hawaii

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A Conversation with Butora Ambassador Marisa Romero

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