Tommy Caldwell on Rock Climbing, Adventure Parenting and Assessing Risk

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In this podcast, we talk to one of the best rock climbers to ever live, Tommy Caldwell.  We dive into a number of topics, to include his involvement with Team RWB, rock-climbing as a post-counter culture sport, and how being a family man has changed the way he looks at life.

We cover a ton of content in this podcast, to include:

• This epic rope swing

• The Fitz Traverse

• The Dawn Wall

• His biggest fear.  

 

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