Climbing In Israel Is Illegal, Meet The Guy Trying To Change That | EpicTV Climbing Daily, Ep. 432

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29th January 2015
29th Jan 2015
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No matter how much climbing you've done, we pretty much guarantee that you won’t have climbed in the Country we’re discussing today, largely because climbing on most of the crags there is illegal. The Country in question is Israel and we caught up with professional climber Ofer Blutrich to find out more. Ofer currently does a lot of his climbing outside of Israel, having exhausted most of the lines on the country's two legal crags. Frustrated by the lack of new climbing spots, he has been campaigning for better access to the cliffs of his home Country and has made a video featuring climbers from around the world asking to climb in Israel. If you’d like to get involved, you can contact Ofer via his Facebook athlete profile. (https://www.facebook.com/blutrich1) Climbing In Israel Is Illegal, Meet The Guy Trying To Change That | EpicTV Climbing Daily, Ep. 432