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Alex Honnold uses the power of Twitter to answer common questions about climbing. What's Alex's favorite type of climbing hold? Do all rock climbers live in vans? Once you get to the top, how do you get back down? Alex answers all these questions, and more!

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Alex Honnold Answers Rock Climbing Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED
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