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Rock Climbing

Alex Honnold

Widely known for his extreme approach to free soloing, this guy continues to amaze the climbing community and non-climbers alike. Alex Honnold burst onto the climbing scene with a splash of headlines, first in Fall 2007, with his one-day free solo link-up of The Rostrum followed by Astro Man – two demanding multi-pitch Yosemite 5.11+ free routes – and then again in spring 2008, with a first-ever ropeless free ascent of the long Moonlight Buttress, 5.12, in Zion National Park. He was just 21. Watching Alex’s solo ascents will keep you on the edge of your seat – keep an eye out for his next move.

An Expedition with Alex

TNF Newfoundland

Early this Monday morning I received a surprise update via a patch of cell service from the TNF team starting thier expedition to Newfoundland. The team includes Mark Synnott, James Pearson, Hazel Findlay and Alex Honnold. Also from Camp 4 Collective Tim Kemple, Matt Irving and Jimmy Surrette are there to document the adventure!  See below for …

An Expedition with Alex

Unearthed

Alex Honnold proposed an expedition idea to go traditional climbing down the Green River in Utah. The terrain was mostly virgin, so the objective was to establish new routes in a remote area. Matt Segal hinted that I should join in and try something new (I had never trad climbed before). I was intrigued by …