Indoor Climbing

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March 31, 2017 – Harvard graduate Amber Houghstow, 28 (right), was putting on her climbing shoes at a climbing gym in Somerville, MA. Her friend Crystal Pryor (left) was wearing a harness around her waist. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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March 31, 2017 – Harvard graduate Amber Houghstow, 28, was climbing to the top of a 22-foot-high climbing wall at a climbing gym in Somerville, MA. There are lots of colorful artificial rocks. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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March 31, 2017 – Harvard graduate Amber Houghstow, 28, grabbed an artificial rock to climb up and set her sights to a next rock at a climbing gym in Somerville, MA. She studied mechanical engineering at the undergraduate. “Climbing seems like solving a puzzle.” Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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March 31, 2017 – At a climbing gym in Somerville, MA, Emerson College’s undergraduate student Brendan Regan, 27, reached his hand to climb up. This is a bouldering, a form of rock climbing without the use of ropes or harnesses. “Just think about not to fall.” Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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March 31, 2017 –Emerson College’s undergraduate student Brendan Regan, 27 (right), fell down on bouldering mats to prevent injuries from falls at a climbing gym in Somerville, MA. His friend Eric Butierrez, 26 (left), prepared to climb. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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