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I am asking if one of them is more correct than the other.

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So, either of the following would be equally correct: I climbed the stairs. Not "I climbed up the stairs.

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Climb doesn't imply up. You can just as easily climb down something. MrLister Perfectly true, but we do climb stairs, climb mountains, and climb buildings. However we climb down a mineshaft , and we climb down from on high.

In other words with the word climb the presumption is that it means up , unless down is specified. WS2 Illuminating point re "down" versus "up". RichardKayser There wouldn't be anything much wrong with saying I climbed up the stairs , or I climbed up the mountain for that matter.

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But it is not the usual idiomatic form, that is all. However climb up does provide a nuanced variant - perhaps implying that it was all done rather more easily and quickly than would be realistic. At least that would be my view of climb up.

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Others may feel differently. As regards the original question, if I were talking about our own stairs at home, which I use every day, I think I would say I walked up the stairs , or I went upstairs. However if I visited a tall building and the lifts elevators were not working, I might say I had to climb the stairs to the eighteenth floor. If I had to go into my loft attic at home I would probably say I climbed up the loft ladder. Our speech is highly nuanced but it is not always easy to spot the rules which we all employ, without thinking, every day.

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