Rockclimbing club teaches scientists how to investigate sugarloaf mountain

If you wanted to study the minute algae and hardy plants clinging to the open rock faces of sugarloaf mountain, you would probably find something new. I mean, how many biologists have the ability to fly? But what if you learned some of the rock climbing skills necessary. The EARJ rock climbing club has been practicing self-rappel as a slightly unusual way of going downstairs. Rappel gives you the confidence that you can go boldy where well, not noone, but only a few brave men and women – have gone before.

 

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