This is just, well... we don't even know where to begin... It has to be the most bizarre rock climbing discipline we've ever seen.
Weeks after making the first ascent of the world's second-ever 5.15d, Megos flashes an iconic 5.14d in Italy.
An old world steeped in climbing history. A new adventure as seen through a child’s eyes. Towers Of Tigray follows James Pearson and Caro Ciavaldini and their young son Arthur to the giant walls and ancient routes of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, where priests and worshippers have scaled sun-scorched towers to reach their secret and sacred churches since the fourth century.
On June 6, 2018, Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell set the Nose speed record on El Capitan in 01:58:07, fulfilling Honnold’s “lifetime goal” of a sub-2-hour Nose ascent. This is the actual record breaking climb, bottom to top, in one continuous time-lapse shot.
After doing the first ascent of Shomyo Falls with Yuji Hirayama, James Perason and Matty Hong, Toru Nakajima returns to the falls ropeless.