Friday Feat: Climbing on the World’s Most Exposed Wall

 

 

Climbers flock year-round to iconic destinations that offer good views and good rock that will test their skills and stamina. This particular wall, however, is not for the faint of heart. At 4,000 feet, it’s not as tall as Yosemite, but there’s no other wall in the world with as much gut-wrenching space underneath. You could say that the climbers Max Fanning and Hank Caylor are equally versed in the art of hanging on and letting go. For just $1,000,000, you can try your hand at this suspended wall, but don’t forget your helmet, or for that matter, your parachute!

Happy Friday y’all! Hope everyone continues to send the kitchen-countertop gnar.

Video courtesy of the Denver Climbing Company. Check them out if you’d like to try your hand at this 4,000 foot ascent (minus the 3,390 feet of climbing) or if you’re looking to transition from plastic to rock.

 


 

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  • Ron

    This is just plain dumb.

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