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Highlights – The North Face RockTrip Chile 2017

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Alex Honnold, Cedar Wright, Emily Harrington, Alex Megos, Felipe Camargo and Mauricio Huerta travel to Valle de los Cóndores, Chile to explore the local
rock with the Chilean climbers Facundo Langbehn, Soho Langbhen and Lucas Gaona during the 2017 North Face RockTrip. They find crack climbing, free
soloing, steep cave routes, and even paragliding. During the trip, Megos made the first ascent of Pasito a Pasito (9a/5.14d), the first 9a in Chile.

Video by Carlos Lastra Barros / Aborigen Films