Alex Honnold talks about his free solo climb of the El Capitan rock face, his process when getting ready to do a big climb and his National Geographic documentary.
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My day started at 4am when I got up and left the Ranch to shoot Alex Honnold on one of the greatest climbs in Yosemite climbing history.
Alex Honnold once told me that somewhere in his van, he has a list of life goals. On top of that list there are two letters, “FR,” meaning the Freerider, the most popular route up the 3,000-foot granite monolith of El Capitan.
Video of his massive feat not out yet, but sharing to give you a glimpse of the man behind the climb. Alex Honnold has become the first climber to free-solo Yosemite’s 3,000-foot El Capitan.
Two of America’s boldest rock climbers and self-proclaimed fashionistas, Alex Honnold & Cedar Wright, travel to Kenya’s Mt. Poi. The guys dodge choss, wild animals and general debauchery to claim ascents of Africa’s biggest big wall. It’s, uh, character building.
Alex Honnold doesn’t experience fear like the rest of us.
Alex Honnold & Felipe Camargo travel to Getu, China to attempt one of the longest, steepest roof climbs in the world
The full, unedited footage of Alex Honnold free soloing a 200ft route at Fair Head, Northern Ireland.
Here Alex Honnold tells us about how he deals with fear, his thoughts on spirituality, and his dating life.
What’s important to Alex besides dangling from cliffs? In this short, filmed at his home in Sacramento, Alex gives us a completely new perspective on his life.