Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright Traverse California’s 14ers By Bike and Free SoloCedar Wright and Alex Honnold have completed a link-up of all of California’s 14,000-foot peaks using only human-powered transportation between trailheads.
Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold have completed a link-up of all of California’s 14,000-foot peaks using only human-powered transportation between trailheads. The adventure, which Wright described as a “full-on suffer fest,” began when the pair climbed the 4th class Sergeant’s Ridge route on Mount Shasta and was completed when they onsight freesoloed Rest and Be Thankful (IV 5.10a) on the north face of Mount Langley.
Wright reflected on the journey, calling it one of the most difficult and rewarding in his life. He hopes they have inspired others to take on similar adventures and is “looking forward to another big, human-powered sufferfest sometime in the future…”
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