I didn't even know it was something on my list, but I can now check it off. In the 1960s the actor, William Holden made a movie called the devils Brigade and the final battle scene has the brigade climb the back face of a mountain to attach a German position, well know I know what that climb was like and realize I would have been better off shooting myself in the foot at the base. While not a excursion for the faint of heart or week and feeble, if you at worst a middle aged executive who sits at a desk all day and hasn't been true to his exercise routine this is something you can do. If you are not a big fan of heights you can do this, if you are terrified of heights, maybe a few beers in a pub is better way to spend the afternoon. Of course if you want a family adventure that you will speak of for years to come, a way to challenge yourself, an alternative to the run of the mill, then this is it. It is not easy, but it is fun. It is great to watch your kids succeed and feel good about what they are able to do without a computer or tablet in their hands. Go out there and do it, you will not be disappointed - in fact you will be glad you left the run of the mill behind. Hey, you never know, if they ever re-make the Devil's Brigade, your experience will make you a natural for the final battle scene - What you don't want to be a star!!!
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