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Pigeon Spire’s West Ridge in the Bugaboos, BC – From the Air

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A short aerial film of Cecil and Luke Humphrey soloing “The best 5.4 in the world”: Pigeon Spire’s West Ridge in the Bugaboos, BC, Canada.

“The ridge is 1,500 feet of solid, sticky granite with stunning views and breathtaking exposure,” says Humphrey. “The Bugaboos had been on my list
for a while, was psyched to finally have the chance to visit. It’s got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world.

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Video by Luke Humphrey (Instagram: @lukeallenhumphrey)