The Nose on El Capitan is arguably one of the most famous routes in rock climbing. First climbed in 1957 in 45 days, it remains a formidable stomping ground for climbers who want to become legends. In October 2017, Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds climbed it in 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds, breaking the previous record by almost four minutes. Six months after the ascent, photographer Tristan Grezko released a time-lapse video of the two climbers scaling the 2,900 ft. route, and it’s certainly a sight to behold.
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