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what age is 'too old'

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Older climbers typically have more aches and pains as key body parts wear :o down. So we have to become tougher and learn to deal with such changes, employ the artistry of new surgical techniques, and commit to maintaining a positive attitude.



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I'm 61, still climbing, hiking, and biking a lot. No one ever suggested I'm too old, but if someone thinks I am, well, so what?


I didn't even start technical rock until I was 45.

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