Alex Honnold

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

The North Face athletes Emily Harrington and Alex Honnold take The Progressor Collection for a walk up the Incredible Hulk for a free ascent of “Solar Flare” (5.12d) in the high Sierra of California.  

Getting Up Getu: Alex Honnold and Felipe Camargo in China

Getting Up Getu: Alex Honnold and Felipe Camargo in China

Watch Alex Honnold and Felipe Camargo attempt the Dani Andrada testpiece, Corazón de Ensueño, an 8 pitch 5.14b in the Chuanshang Cave, Getu Valley, China. The route is perhaps one of the longest roof climbs in the world and had not seen…

Alex Honnold’s Welsh Slate Experience

Alex Honnold’s Welsh Slate Experience

In case you somehow missed Alex Honnold’s recent trip/lecture tour to the UK, the BMC have put together this short film about his experience on the Welsh Slate. He spent the day with the enigmatic Johnny Dawes, who described Alex’s…

Alex Honnold: At Home Off The Wall

Alex Honnold: At Home Off The Wall

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.

Alex Honnold Climbs Angola

Alex Honnold Climbs Angola

Alex Honnold is the most accomplished free climber in the world. Angola is a southwest African country that recently emerged from 27 years of bloody civil war. What brings together these strange bedfellows you ask? Some of the most epic…

Alex Honnold on Expertise, Night Swimming, and What Worries Him the Most

Alex Honnold on Expertise, Night Swimming, and What Worries Him the Most

By Chris Weidner on Adventure.com We know he scaled Yosemite’s Half Dome (VI 5.12b) alone and without a rope. We’ve seen him on the cover of National Geographic, Outside, on 60 Minutes, and in a Citibank commercial that ran way too…

My Weekly Climbing Video

My Weekly Climbing Video

“One of the three winners of the Piolets d’Or 2015. From 12th – 16th February 2014, Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold succeeded in completing the full traverse of the range, from north to south. They had to climb seven summits:…

The Heart-Stopping Climbs of Alex Honnold

The Heart-Stopping Climbs of Alex Honnold

The master of climbing without ropes spends his life cheating death. By DANIEL DUANEMARCH 12, 2015 An interesting long read about Alex Honnold in the New York Times Magazine: “Honnold could afford to buy a decent home, if that interested…

My Weekly ‪‎Climbing‬ Video

My Weekly ‪‎Climbing‬ Video

This week a Nat Geo Documentary with Mr Honnold : To Climb the World Enjoy 🙂

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