Watch as a geology student in Nevada pushes/kicks a loose rock shelf from a shallow cliff.
Is there any harm in doing this when nobody else is around?
You be the judge.
Rock trundling, or the act of releasing loose rocks, along popular climbing routes makes sense when handled by experienced professionals.
I get how it’s actually safer to manually free loose rocks in a somewhat-controlled environment rather than waiting for it to happen randomly.
With that said, the actions in this video seem like an unnecessary risk for internet clout.
He’s lucky he didn’t lose a foot.