Two Men Are Making History By Free-Climbing 3000ft Up The Hardest Route In The World
Jan07

Two Men Are Making History By Free-Climbing 3000ft Up The Hardest Route In The World

For the first time ever, two men, 30-year-old Kevin Jorgeson and 36-year-old Tommy Caldwell, will ascend one of the world’s largest and most difficult cliff-climbing routes in the world using only their hands and feet. They are climbing El Capitan, a 3,000-foot-tall granite monolith in Yosemite National Park in California. This monolith has been climbed many times before, but they are ascending the Dawn Wall route, a sheer face of...

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