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Temptation to imitate poor role models leads to an interesting lesson for Nick Wharton, high in the mountains above Chamonix....

Which injuries are you prepared to accept? Nick Wharton explains how to strike a balance with risk....

Last June I was in Chamonix in the French Alps for a week of rock climbing. Part of that time was spent on the large granite cliffs below Mont Blanc where the level of risk is a couple of notches higher due to additional hazards...

[caption id="attachment_286" align="alignright" width="300" caption="The author committed on delicate ground"][/caption] When I’m not working hard to keep people safe in their workplace I spend as much time as possible out amongst the crags and mountains. In summer this means rock climbing and in winter it’s either...