More from Alex Honnold regarding his February solo of the 9 pitch 5.12b Monkey Finger in Zion:
Monkey Finger was probably my most anticlimactic “big wall” free solo. I really wanted it to be badass – for it to be something to feel proud of – but it just wasn’t.
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It was fun, it was good climbing, it’s a great route.
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But it just didn’t feel rad to me, which makes me worry that I’m getting a bit jaded. Still a good experience to be sure, and the hike off was lonely and beautiful, but just not quite the intensity that I was maybe hoping for.
either he needs to pick up a new hobby (climbing related that is), get a stable girlfriend, or solo harder.
Just to give a sense of perspective, for many, many people, getting up a nine pitch trad 12b onsight with no falls would be the achievement of a lifetime.
He recon-ed it first, not onsite. maybe thats why it didn’t feel “badass”… Hope he’s not going to go and start doing dangerous things now.