Climbers Release Massive Alpine Rock Trundle In Sequoia National Park

Climbers Release Massive Alpine Rock Trundle In Sequoia National Park

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Climbers Release Massive Alpine Rock Trundle In Sequoia National Park

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Mt. Stewart and Eagle Scout Peak. Credit: Leor Pantilat’s Adventures

Dan Cohen and another unnamed individual were climbing the North Face of Mt. Stewart in Sequoia National Park a few years ago when they came across some very loose rocks clinging to the face of the mountain.

Rather than leave the rocks to potentially fall on somebody else, the pair decided to trundle the rocks and capture it on film.

Hope you’re sitting down for this one.

“That was the scariest moment of my life” should be all you need to know to understand how serious doing something like this is.

I know there’s going to be some guy in the comments section who’s upset that we posted this video because he thinks we’re encouraging others to do dangerous shit.

So let me say clearly- We DO NOT recommend trundling rocks on climbing routes that could put others in danger. 

Stay safe out there, friends.

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