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It's a bit of a climb to get to the castle. You have to walk uphill for 2km.
to climb (up): to mount, to walk uphill, to ascend, to go upwards
She climbed to the top of the tree. She ascended the tree until she got to the top.
to go rock climbing (or to rock climb): to walk up mountainsides
UK: It's a bit of a climb to get to the castle.
US: It was quite a climb to get to your castle.
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