Honnold Foundation

ROAM with Alex Honnold

ROAM Reports: Honnold Foundation

Alex Honnold may have lit up the world when he climbed 3,000 vertical feet entirely without ropes from the valley floor to the top of El Capitan in Yosemite—a first that may never be repeated. But did you know his foundation, the Honnold Foundation has helped bring solar-powered lights to people around the world who are completely off the grid? Alex answers some of our questions about how he chooses to give back, life after El Cap free solo, and fueling his adventures.

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ROAM caught up with Alex at the American Alpine Club Annual dinner in Boston to get his thoughts on a life well lived, Honnold style. Listen to the audio version of the interview or read it below. We’re pretty sure Alex is one of the most intelligent and fascinating people on the planet. […]

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