On August 25th America will be celebrating the 100-year anniversary of the National Parks. In good spirit, the American Alpine Club hosted its Annual Benefit Dinner in Washington DC and invited world-renowned rock climber Alex Honnold to be the keynote speaker. In this episode, I sit down with Alex to talk about his experiences in the National Parks and his opinions on protected lands. Following the interview is Alex's keynote. This was recorded at the American Alpine Club's 2016 Annual Benefit Dinner presented by The North Face and REI. Special thanks National Geographic.
Sometimes people who get interviewed as much as Alex does will resort to “canned answers”. No matter what the question is, they find a way to give a response that is familiar to them. Not Alex. I really appreciate how he listened to each question and gave thoughtful, candid responses.
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