Another Way

EL SENDERO LUMINOSO  (E.O.F.T. 15/15) tells one of the most impressive free-solo ascents in the history of climbing. Watching Alex Honnold connected to the 530m limestone wall just with the tips of his fingers and toes makes you scared at first. But if you make it and sit tension out to the end you will know why this route is called “The Shining Path”. But naming is not always successfull, as another critical trail proves: El Caminito del Rey, Spain. Here the question remains unanswered if ever His Excellency walked up on the “King’s little pathway”, cause even on a hike things can get pretty vertical…

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