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This story originally appeared in the November 2014 issue of our print edition.
Climbing, by nature, is a sport that encourages travel. Crags are fairly static; the routes don’t change. So it’s nice to go out and experience new crags, new rock types, new holds, new landscapes, and new people. Not to mention, there’s nothing better than taking a week off work to dedicate yourself to climbing as much as possible. Just as there are many different forms of climbing, there are many different ways to travel and types of crags to visit. What kind of climbing traveler are you?