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Re: Mountaineering course-Differences between guide services

Postby ExcitableBoy » Tue Dec 20, 2011 5:42 pm

Bergshrund wrote:His claim that "Mountaineers stick to the easy routes" sounds like it's written from a novice. It's the whole, I climb bigger routes than you, therefore I'm better. "Bigger" or "Harder" is also highly subjective. Who says? It sounds small, you should remove it. The difficulty or technical barriers on a single route have no defining difference for the term "Alpinism" or "Mountaineering".


I will change the wording of the phrase "Mountaineers stick to the easy routes", but you will have to tell me where I wrote it because I can't find it. :lol:

I think you, Bergschrund, have your panties in a wad because the broad definitions I suggested in my article label you as a 'mountaineer' rather than an alpinist and now your feelings are hurt. :roll:
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Re: Mountaineering course-Differences between guide services

Postby ExcitableBoy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:00 am

How about: "Alpinism is what Alpinists do." Five words.
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