El Capitan Mountain: Two men are about half the way in the adventure of world’s toughest rock climb in the world which is of exposed granite in California’s Yosemite national park, US.
Tom Evans is very famous climber and photographer who have been working for the project of the progress of Kevin Jorgeson from California and Tommy Caldwell from Colorado, as they extent their way with their hands and feet. The report said, “El Capitan, the largest monolith of granite in the world, rises more than 900 metres above the Yosemite Valley floor.” The men are doing great by their regular possessions like – eating, stretching and sleeping in the hanging tents overhanging to El Capitan’s Dawn Wall.
They are in touch with these social media sites by posting and tweeting the things happening with them. “The guys are doing great,” said Josh Lowell with the production settings of Big Up which has been going and listing their climbs from last 6 years. He said, “They were resting and trying to grow skin back on their fingertips so they can continue to do battle with the hardest climbing sections, which involve grabbing tiny, razor-sharp edges of rock”.
“If all goes as planned, the duo could be at the top as soon as Friday or Saturday,” Lowell said. “But that’s best-case scenario. It could take several more days just to get through the difficult section where they currently are. If any weather moves in, that could also delay things, but the forecast is looking good for now,” Lowell said.
Both the men updated on their social media sites from the Dawn Wall as “as smooth as alabaster, as steep as the bedroom wall”. Jorgeson had gone through a live q-n-a session from the wall on last Friday.
In a blog, Caldwell’s wife, Becca tweeted last weekend as “Being up on the wall for over a week and the hard climbing Tommy and Kevin have done up until now adds an element of difficulty on top of the hard climbing they have to do. Imagine performing your very best after not walking for one week. I know Tommy has made an effort to try and do stretching, pushups, [and] yoga in the [hanging tent] hoping this might combat the unusual circumstances of living like veal between their climbing. So let’s hope for big things today. This climb definitely won’t be over until it’s over, but I believe it’s possible. Let’s go boys!”