see, this is the problem: you have a solipsistic view of climbing, and that's why it seems people have the frustration they have with you. you project your personal internal perception outwards, universalizing it into a broad ethical maxim: "THE Climbing Experience has been demeaned, I Proclaim!" (Not A climbing experience, or MY climbing experience, but THE (universal) climbing experience!).
Children have this perspective (and certain clinically diagnosed (for what it's worth) sociopaths), usually outgrowing it and developing the ability to see the world from differing perspectives (ideally, i'd say).
the ego doesn't like this perspective very much, because its platform for grandstanding and complete individuation is removed. it can be very threatening to see one's perspective and opinions as somehow not the "final word", but only different angles on a broad almost infinite continuum.
it's much easier to simply rail mono-syllabically "bolts BAD!" or "communism BAD!" (courtesy of one of our other demagogues), than to juggle multiple viewpoints and their attendant relationships.