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Josh Wharton: Alpine Lessons in the Canadian Rockies

Prolific climber and Patagonia ambassador Josh Wharton spent a busy week in Canada in May 2012 where he did the first one-day ascents of the Emperor Face on Mount Robson, and the Wild Thing on Mount Chephren.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-jMmOa3hHg

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