Steph Davis Free Solos the Diamond Three Timesby Ryan Minton Alpinist Oct/2007
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The Diamond is one of the most revered alpine walls in North America; its 900 feet of vertical and overhanging terrain allow no passage easier than the Casual Route (IV 5.10-). Davis, known in particular for her hard free climbs on El Capitan, soloed the Casual Route twice this summer, once in July and again in August, prior to her effort on Pervertical Sanctuary.
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