National Geographic grantee Cedar Wright and his expedition partner, Alex Honnold, are gluttons for both punishment and exploration. Shortly after climbing California's fifteen tallest peaks for an expedition they appropriately dubbed Sufferfest, the adventure duo set out on Sufferfest 2. On this ambitious mission, Wright and Honnold gave themselves just three weeks to bike nearly 800 miles and climb 45 of the most iconic towers in the American Southwest.
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