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Adventuring Forward: Adventure Service Corps Launches in Denver

Posted by Asa Firestone of Adventure Forward Service Corps on March 26, 2014
Asa Firestone on El Capitan in Yosemite; Photograph courtesy Asa Firestone

Asa Firestone on El Capitan in Yosemite; Photograph courtesy Asa Firestone

There was a storm coming and, without an open sky, it was a terribly dark night. The flicker of far off lightning would periodically light up more than 1,000 feet of granite cliff that fell straight below me. It had been four days since I started up the sheer walls of El Capitan. I found myself alone, hanging in slings, and struggling to set up my portaledge on the side of Yosemite’s biggest piece of granite. A clap of thunder echoed across the granite alcove to the West. Rain was imminent. It had taken me longer than expected to reach my bivy site, a hanging belay above the famous “nipple pitch” on the Zodiac route. After more than an hour in a frustrating wrestling match with my portaledge, I finally had a bombproof shelter and eased into it so not to lose equilibrium of its single pivot point. Laying back in my hanging cot, I could finally breath deep. As I decompressed I began to realize just how bad my poison ivy outbreak had gotten … my entire right leg was covered in hives. I was scared, exhausted, lonely, and itching like crazy.

Three days later I topped out after making my first solo ascent of El Cap. My friend Dain met me on top and helped me carry down my load. I was a wreck and covered in poison ivy, but it was one of the happiest moments of my life. I don’t think I really had that much fun up there, but what I learned while on my solo climb I keep with me everyday. Climbing as a metaphor for life has been played out time and time again, but it certainly seems to have prepared me for the challenges I have encountered on my way. It certainly has helped me through some tough decisions and climbing has become a key tool I draw upon.