The El Cap Report

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Since October of 2007, Tom “Ansel” Evans has stood at the bridge of El Capitan and watched thousands of climbers scale Yosemite’s largest granite monolith. Evans focuses his many large camera lens on the climbers tackling The Nose, Zodiac, and other classic routes on El Cap and than reports the teams progresses on his website The El Cap Report

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Beginning earlier this week, Evans headed back to his position at the west end of El Cap bridge to answer questions of passing tourists, snap photos of climbers, and to relate the daily news of El Cap happenings.  His website is an exciting way to watch climbers on the wall and get ready for your own big wall adventures.

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The Touchstone climbing gyms offer a number of big wall clinics for the aspiring wall climber. Check out the calendars or ask at the front desk about how you can climb El Capitan too.