Marc-André Leclerc on Patagonian Climbing

Itching for solitude and adventure, Marc-André Leclerc disappeared to Patagonia and found solace on an ice soloing bender in the Southern Hemisphere’s winter.

By Hayden Carpenter | September 14th, 2015

Marc-André Leclerc talks about how he got into climbing, his first time to Patagonia, and soloing the Corkscrew (5.10d, A1) on Cerro Torre.

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