2:10 – the new speed-record on the Nose on El Capitan, Yosemite.
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Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds broke the standing speed record on The Nose.
Brad was almost two pitches up climbing 5.9 fists faster than I’ve ever seen someone crack climb.
Awesome drone footage of Yosemite.
This past November, BD Athletes Babsi Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher went to battle on one of El Capitan most formidable free routes.
SAR, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll: Former Yosemite Ranger and Search and Rescue Officer reflects on rescues and adventures during Yosemite’s Golden Age
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.
Four days on the wall and we managed to climb our way up the most famous big wall climb in the world, the Nose of El Capitan.
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.