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One of the most harrowing near-miss stories I’ve ever heard came from my friend Jason, an itinerant, sometimes-employed climber from Moab. Jason had taken the German girl he was dating to climb Castleton Tower, a 400-foot sliver of sandstone sitting on a ridge above Castle Valley, Utah. The girl was …
We talk with the adventurer about his memoirs, the climbers he admires, and why he believes harder is better.