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Climber Alex Honnold Describes How He Climbed A 3,000-Foot Vertical Cliff With No Ropes

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You’d have a difficult time finding a climber more skilled and experienced than Alex Honnold. In a sport that is arguably one of the most nerve-wracking and dangerous in the world, Honnold has made some insane climbs.

However, none of them compare to when he free soloed Yosemite’s El Capitan. With nothing but his hands, feet and a bag of chalk, he made the ascent like he was taking a stroll through the park.

Here’s how he did it and what was going through his mind:

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