In 2005, Tommy Caldwell made Yosemite big wall history by free climbing two El Capitan routes in a day, The Nose (5.14a, 30 pitches), and The Freerider (5.12d, 37 pitches) for a total of 6,000 feet of climbing in under 24 hours.
Old is new in Yosemite Valley, CA, where Tommy Caldwell and Randy Puro are opening dozens of incredible new boulder problems. Featuring ultra-classics Yabo Roof (V12), Dogwood (V12), Xenophile (V11) Park Life (V12), Drive On (V11), and Kumba (V11).
Beth Rodden and Tommy Caldwell make the first ascents of two new routes in Smith Rock, OR. Beth works and sends The Optimist (5.14b), the hardest route ever established by a woman, while Tommy opens Spank the Monkey (5.13d).
Tommy Caldwell continues his re-invention of Yosemite big wall free climbing, with the first free ascent of Magic Mushroom and a glimpse of what the future may hold on his next El Cap super-project, the Dawn Wall.
Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell team up to steal the coveted speed record on El Cap's Nose from two scrappy locals -- Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds. Their ultimate goal is to climb the entire 3,000+ feet in under 2 hours.
Alex Honnold joins forces with Tommy Caldwell to take on The Fitz Roy Traverse - a gnarly alpine journey across seven jagged summits and 13,000 vertical feet of climbing, a quest that earned them the Piolet d'Or.