Tackling A Limestone Arête In Northern Spain | The Unknown Spain, Ep.2
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Photographer Adam Butterworth
MAR 27th 2015
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Tackling A Limestone Arête In Northern Spain | The Unknown Spain, Ep.2

Limestone often doesn't get its due from the bouldering community but lines like this in the province of Asturias, Spain make a compelling argument that it can offer an experience equal to any other rock type.

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