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Come And Get It – Matt Cornell Solos One of the Hardest Mixed Routes in Hyalite

Cornell's story of accomplishment is expounded upon by Conrad Anker, as he provides context into the difficulty and notoriety of the route.

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“Come And Get It” is a story about the new generation dirtbag climber Matt Cornell soloing one of the hardest mixed climbing routes in Hyalite Canyon, Montana.

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His story of accomplishment is expounded upon by Conrad Anker, as he provides context into the difficulty and notoriety of the route. Together, the two have worked through the route to make it a success. Hold Fast.

Featuring Matt Cornell & Conrad Anker

Directed by Nathan Norby

Aerial Cinematography by Nate Kenney

Music from Left on Tenth and Artlist.io

Riggind and support by Matt Hopkins


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