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Set the precedent by winning the oldest person’s ‘El Capitan’

On the morning of his 70th birthday, Ulonik reached the top of the El Capitan. Brave is Alex Hannold, a mountaineer who climbed El Capitan in Yosemite with a T-shirt and hand chalk.

This time Mao made an unimaginable feat. Writer and language teacher Deirdre Ulonic won the El Capitan at the age of 70. Deirdre Ulonik climbed El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, California, USA.

El Capitan is considered to be one of the ultimate challenges in the world. He got his hands on rock climbing 10 years ago. Inspired by his son Alex Hannold, he decided to climb the mountain.

Alex was the first person to do free-solo climbing at El Capitan. Alex climbed the world’s most rugged mountains without any protection. A documentary from National Geographic was made for his achievement

According to Ulonik, climbing the El Cap at the age of 60 means being physically and mentally damaged. The boy completed 12 routes on the first day with the help of Alex. Hum has scaled parts of the dome and the top of the cathedral.

She wants to publish a memoir called The Sharp and of Life: A Mother’s Story about her experience of climbing with her son. However, he had already won the El Capitan in 2016. Ulonik was 6 years old then.

He was able to reach the peak after surviving for 13 hours. Since he did not have the opportunity to watch the sunset at that time, he stepped on the expedition again. This time he climbed to the top of El Capitan in six hours.

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