On November 11, 2019, Belgian climber Sébastien Berthe became only the seventh person to free climb the Nose (VI 5.14a), the world's most famous route, on El Capitan, Yosemite. He also became the first person ever to free climb the route ground up.
Watch these two climbers tackle the most famous climb in the world!
Not gonna lie, we fell for a couple of these, even if only for a split second.
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That's free climbing every pitch, rapping every pitch and jugging every pitch. Incredible stuff!
Located in the Rätikon, Switzerland, Headless Children is just Caprez's most recent impressive send in the notoriously difficult area.
The former Nose speed-record holder, who has climbed El Cap a record 178 times, fell high-up on the route last Thursday, shattering bones in both his legs.