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I Am new to rock climbing, what specific tools/equipments do i need for a beginner like me.?

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For beginners, climbing shoes are a good investment as are chalk bags and a comfortable harness. Before anything, however, I'd highly recommend taking some climbing classes so that you know how to safely climb (i.e., tie in, belay, climb, etc.).

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