Climbers Soar to Dizzy Heights

Bouldering might not have as full a fixture list as rugby but the sport is growing in popularity especially at Cranleigh. With…

Bouldering might not have as full a fixture list as rugby but the sport is growing in popularity especially at ClimbingCranleigh. With 15 new problems to tackle on the bouldering wall in the Outdoor Education Centre, Cranleigh hosted a team from Charterhouse on Tuesday.

With problems ranging from about Font 4 to 6b+/c the competition was hotly contested. Phoebe Nelson from Charterhouse won the individual competition with 137 points out of a possible 150 with Cranleigh winning the overall team competition 543 points to 518.

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