Alex Honnold is one of the worlds greatest Free-Solo climbers from Sacramento, California. Free-Solo is rock climbing without any ropes, harnesses or safety gear. The Yosemite free-solo climb is 2000 ft and usually takes 2 hours and 50 minutes. At one point Alex stalls and freaks out for one second, but who wouldn’t. Half-Dome is Alex’s usual spot to climb if he is not climbing other locations. You can find more about Alex on The North Face website.
National Geographic – Free Soloing With Alex Honnold.
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