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Separate Reality Yosemite

Separate Reality Yosemite

Ajouté le 13/09/2002 - Durée : 04:00
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Le Nose El Capitan Yosemite Separate Reality Yosemite

Mai 2002, escalade... Separate Reality 7b, Yosemite, Etats-Unis... Une couenne mythique des Yosemites réalisée par Martial Dumas et filmée par Didier Chenevoy...

Separate Reality is a 20-metre-long (66 ft) long climbing route in Yosemite National Park in California, United States. The famous route is well known for its exposed crux and 6-metre-long (20 ft) crack in its roof through which the sky is visible. The route's access is about 200 metres (660 ft) above the Merced River, but is better reached by abseiling from above. The name is from the 1971 novel A Separate Reality: Further Conversations with Don Juan from Carlos Castaneda.
The route was first climbed by Ron Kauk in 1978 and given a difficulty grade of 5.12a (7a+). It was later downgraded to 5.11d (7a) when a block fell off near the lip, exposing a new handhold.
The first to free solo-climb this route was German Wolfgang Güllich in 1986, then photographed by Austrian Heinz Zak, who 19 years later soloed the route himself in 2005.
The route excites climbers not so much because of its technical difficulty, but due to its overhanging exposed nature, and the resultant demands on the human psyche.
In the summer of 2006 the American Dean Potter was the third climber to free solo this route. Since then, other climbers, such as Alex Honnold and Will Stanhope, have free soloed the route as well.

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CGI Snake par Chris Zabriskie est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source : http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/
Artiste : http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/

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