How come people think I'd know about training for older climbers? Oh yes, I'd forgotten, I'm 50! Check my older person article. (older and wiser of course)
Not sure if its an onsight or a flash? Exact scientific description here...
For me, the best Roctrip yet, and that's saying something! Not just amazing climbing in an amazing place, but at last a real gathering after what seems far too long.

 

Why do I climb? I thrive on finding a way, searching for a path through difficulties. Hunting for the most efficient use of the holds that are offered. It's not just about physical strength, but mind and body working together. I live for the immersion that climbing can give, all thoughts cast aside with only pure movement remaining.

 

About Steve


 
Steve McClure is one of the best rock-climbers in the world, having climbed the hardest sport route in the UK at 9b, numerous new routes at the grade of 9a and onsighted many at 8b+. Despite being better known for his sport climbing achievements, you might also find him wiggling in wires in Pembroke or sleeping in a portaledge on a 1000m wall in Greenland.

 Steve McClure