David Lama’s Life of Climbing | Cerro Torre- A Snowball’s Chance in Hell


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David Lama has been climbing almost as long as he’s been walking. His skill gives him the unreal ability to tackle some of the most intimidating climbs ever attempted. How David chooses these missions is what makes him one-of-a-kind.

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25 thoughts on “David Lama’s Life of Climbing | Cerro Torre- A Snowball’s Chance in Hell”

  1. Talk about the video we don't care when you watch the video if you re first second or six hundreds sixty fifth that s a reaction space not a rank space!!!

  2. That's what I love about mountaineering. No matter how old you are, if you love the mountains and the sport, you'll fully live it. So many people don't understand it, don't understand how you could put yourself in that kind of danger. But every good mountaineer does it for themselves, and only themselves

  3. not gonna lie…I always appreciate an ice-cold Red Bull. even though the drink itself is probably the least amazing about the company.

  4. He talks about respecting the mountain and not avoiding the difficulties, while also bolting new bolts on to the world's most notorious example of an over-bolted mountain. Screw this guy.

  5. He climbs for fun and he pays for it with PR garbage. Good for him, but shame on the people who buy the PR nonsense and the pseudo philosophy. Climbing mountains is hard, but so is getting up every day in the morning and going to work. It is just a part of life.

  6. so these guys take bolts with them and just leave them in there? is must be very expensive sport taking new bolts every time? how do they even start? put a bolt 1m up thread the rope to the person down the bottom?

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