Day in the Life caught up with Honnold who is still dirtbaggin’ out of his van near Bishop, California, not too far from where he grew up, presumably in a house, not a van. His morning is dedicated to checking out the late John Bachar’s free solo circuit in Owens River Gorge and repeating many of the routes.
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Alex Honnold checking out the late John Bachar’s free solo circuit in Owens River Gorge and repeating many of the routes.
Climbing dream team Alex Honnold, Mark Synnott, and Jimmy Chin face rugged cliffs, knife-wielding thieves, and deadly waters as they traverse the globe searching for the next great rock to climb.
Interview with Americans Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold who from 12 – 16 February 2014 carried out the coveted first traverse of the major ridge line of Fitz Roy in Patagonia.
On January 15, 2014, Alex Honnold free-soloed El Sendero Luminoso (The Shining Path) in El Portrero Chico, Mexico in a little over 3 hours.
A short clip of Alex Honnold on his solo of El Sendero Luminoso – your hands will sweat!
Alex Honnold is due to solo Asia’s second highest building The Taipei 101 with Peter Mortimer filming the ascent.
Hazel Findlay and Alex Honnold were recently in South Africa again for a film on climbing in South Africa.
Alex Honnold was invited to south Africa to participate in Robert Breyer’s film, with the working title Climbing the Big 5. At Waterval Boven in Mpumalanga last month, he said: “I came to an exotic adventure destination and found high-quality rock and fully legitimate climbing. I really like Boven. The rock here is surprisingly good.” […]
Alex Honnold shares stories of his childhood visits to Yosemite, his travels to the best climbing on the planet, and his deep appreciation for America’s National Parks.