Mason Earle's Offwidth Battle - Part Two Fri Night Vid

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This week's Friday Night Video is a conclusion to a previous film in which Mason Earle attempted the first ascent of a 'pure inverted grovel.' In the previous episode, Mason ticked everything in Joshua Tree that was thrown at him, except for the offwidth project...

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Mason started climbing as a young child in the trees around his house in Massachusetts. Eventually he started climbing rocks, and at age 18 he moved to the western US where he has lived since. The best climbing adventures...

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19 Feb

Very well done. Mason is so humble and badass.

So sad that he's fighting CFS and been unable to climb.

19 Feb

Loved these two films, such a inspiration to watch, he’s a proper master craftsman

Wow, sorry to hear that he seems like a great (and very fit and active) bloke in the videos.

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