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El Capitan at night, Yosemite Valley, filmed by Tristan Greszko
Photo by Tristan Greszko

El Capitan: Big Stone vs Tiny Humans


The timelapse of climbers on El Capitan in Yosemite Valley, USA, filmed by di Tristan Greszko.

El Capitan is spectacular, whatever the season. But in autumn and spring the Big Stone comes alive, with hundreds of climbers making their way up the iconic granite monolith. To appreciate the real dimensions, enjoy this timelapse filmed by Tristan Greszko.


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