World’s Most Extreme: Free Solo Climbing
Free solo climbing is understood to be one of the easiest types of rock climbing, yet the most dangerous. In free solo climbing, no ropes are to be involved which also means that when you fall while climbing, you fall directly to the ground. The world solo in free solo climbing derived from the meaning alone. This means that to do a climbing solo, it means that the climber climbs alone, without the assistance of another person belaying. Free solo climbing also has an additional requirement whereby climbers climb without the use of any protective gear.
Alex Hannold is regarded as one of the best free solo climbers out there and many would even argue that no one else comes close. There are too many places and climbing achievements Hannold has unlocked. One in particular, falls in the year 2018. The American daredevil completed the most dangerous free solo ascent ever recorded on the face of the earth. He became the first human being to reach the top of Yosemite’s 3,000-foot El Capitan wall without ropes. He ascended one of the world’s tallest peak in El Capitan all without a rope, any safety gears and equipment all in just 3 hours 56 minutes,
Honnold's abilities call much more than simply physical and mental stamina. It involves careful planning that makes you equipped to handle a scenario when things go completely wrong. While you're at it, you'd need something to keep you motivated when things become difficult. The watch that travels with you on your adventure is called Twelf-X. The watch that becomes your company throughout the rough patches of your life.