Inspired by Dan Osman's 4:25 Bear's Reach speed solo in "Masters of Stone 4" from the 90s, Alex Honnold tries to better his time in this tribute to the classic, original film.
Emily Harrington lives and trains to become the best all around mountain athlete she can at her home in Tahoe, California. With some help from her friends, she keeps her routines diverse and fun by mixing it up every day.
Sitting in the picturesque Hope Valley, just outside the Tahoe basin, Welcome To The Future has become a classic test piece of the area. With the imagination to see the line, Welcome to the Future was first climbed by Jesse Bonin. The climb starts on shallow dimples, leading to a reachy throw, and finishing up an improbable hold less arete.
One of Tahoe's finest unclimbed lines, Crown Jewel, was sent by Kyle O'Meara this past summer. It climbs a perfectly clean 30 foot overhanging wall with sustained moves throughout. The boulder sits in a spectacular position perched above the Phantom Spires.