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Land of Maybe – Pearson, Wright and Hirayama Climbing in the Faroe Islands

The British, American and Japanese climbers got way more than they bargained for on the first ascent of Cape Enniberg.

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On an island Faroe, Faroe, Faroe way James Pearson, Cedar Wright, and Yuji Hirayama travel to climb one of the world’s tallest sea cliffs, Cape Enniberg.

For more details about their ascent of Cape Enniberg, check out this article in The Outdoor Journal, where Pearson explains, “The Faroe Islands will never be a destination for everyday climbers from around the world, but there are definitely adventures to be had.”


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