Yosemite is truly one of those places where Mother Nature has outdone herself, and from the view of a climber there is no other place like it on earth. Driving out of the valley I had just one thought in my mind, “I will be back”…
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Jes Meiris, taking just 27 hours and change to summit, shattered the previous female speed record set in 2002 by Jacqueline Florine who took five days.
Valley Uprising tells the story of the bold men and women who broke with convention and redefined the limits of human possibility in America’s legendary national park.
Boulder, CO locals Shaun and Scotty face new challenges with their training as they prep to climb “The Unemployment Line” on Yosemite’s Mt. Broderick. Continue their journey and watch the 2nd episode of their Train Smarter series: Yosemite
A 200+ mile backpacking experience through Yosemite National Park captured
Early on the morning of November 6, Cheyne Lempe, a Yosemite Search and Rescue member and long-time Valley climber, set off on the Salathe Wall in Yosemite.
Sometimes…. “when in doubt, run it out” is not always your best option!
Tommy Caldwell is arguably the world’s best big-wall free climber, and he focuses much of his attention on imposing unclimbed lines on Yosemite’s iconic El Capitan.
Chris Sharma will join Tommy Caldwell, Kevin Jorgeson, and Jonathan Siegrist for this fall’s attempts on the Dawn Wall, a multi-year project to create the world’s hardest big-wall free climb.
Libby Sauter and Mayan Smith-Gobat have shattered the female speed record for the Nose of El Capitan.