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Yosemite Timewarp – Five Years in the Mountains

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“What your about to see doesnt contain any groundbreaking ascents. It speaks to the essence of what I love about climbing. My life as a climber, is not
about the hardest thing I have sent, or the biggest wall I have climbed, rather its the time I spend in the mountains with friends. From bouldering
to big walls, to ice, I love it all. Moreover sharing these experiences with true friends and new aquantinces alike, is what I love most. This video
is my way of sharing a view into the last five years of this pursuit in Yosemite National Park, my favorite place on earth. Its amazing how fast 5
years can fly by. Like a timewarp.”

A film by Dustin Moore.