This video takes us on a climb that is only about 180 feet (55 meters) and yet fewer people have completed it than the climb up Everest. That’s because it is only done once a year, when climbing instructor Tim Kovar takes a group to the top of the one of the tallest trees in the world – a sequoia in California named “Grandfather.” This is a life-changing experience for those who do it and one look at this short film and you’ll understand why. Beautiful stuff.
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