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Why is it Important to Share Information? - Hans Christian Montenegro

 
Why is it Important to Share Information? - Hans Christian Montenegro
 
January 06, 2013 - 
 

Some weeks ago I went to “Cour du Roi” in Val-David. I realized that there are many potential boulders to do. But, I don’t understand why people do not come to the sector “Cour du Roi.” I think the problem is due to not sharing enough information with other climbers, and they simply don’t know enough about this place.

Why is it important to circulate information about a climbing sector?

Improve and maintain the climbing sector.
It is important that many climbers go to the sector to climb. When the people climb in the sector, the sector is cleaned, the problems and the lines will be in good condition and the creator’s work will be maintained.     Also, new climbers come with new ideas and new skills, so they might open new problems.  And then, the sector will be improved and maintained.

Improve the general climbing level of the climbers.
New ideas and skills help local climbers to improve their level. It is always good to bring a climber to the new sector.

Develop a new sector for climbing.
Since rock climbing is an outdoor sport, there is an enormous number of possible places to climb. If you find a new place, share it with more climbers to help grow this sport.

Here we have a sector called “Cour du Roi”. This is a good rock climbing sector with interesting problems in Val-David. It is part of the regional park of Val-David. So, it is legal to climb here. This is not a new sector but we need more climbers to come to clean lines and to open new problems. So, I invite you to watch this video and come here to climb!

Thanks for reading and watching.

 

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