Man scales 3000 foot high rock with his bare hands!

CLIMBER IS FIRST UP YOSEMITE'S FAMOUS 'EL CAPITAN' WITHOUT ANY ROPES, HARNESS: A 31-year-old rock climber on Saturday (June 3rd) became the first person to make it up Yosemite National Park's famous El Capitan without using any safety gear. Alex Honnold climbed the massive vertical rock formation without a safety harness or ropes to catch him if he fell, using only his hands and feet as he made it to the 3,000-foot summit in about four hours. Honnold's feat will be featured in a National Geographic documentary.

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