My Epic Podcast

By Rock and Ice

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Rock and Ice Radio - Audio for Climbers By Climbers. Listen to the most unbelievable Epics we’ve published throughout the years—close calls and near misses, stories of survival and perseverance in the face of overwhelming odds.

Episode Date
Episode 4 - Heart-Stopper in the Potrero
00:10:18
Rock and Ice Radio - Audio for Climbers By Climbers. Listen to the most unbelievable Epics we’ve published throughout the years—close calls and near misses, stories of survival and perseverance in the face of overwhelming odds. Heart-Stopper in the Potrero By Ed Wright Ed Wright describes a medical crisis high on a 600-foot wall.
Jun 14, 2018
Episode 1 - Hanging By A Thread
00:12:45
Rock and Ice Radio - Audio for Climbers By Climbers. Listen to the most unbelievable Epics we’ve published throughout the years—close calls and near misses, stories of survival and perseverance in the face of overwhelming odds. Hanging by a Thread By Craig Gorder Unbelievable best-case scenario, in the absolute worst case
Apr 09, 2018
Episode 2 - A Long Way down
00:10:12
Rock and Ice Radio - Audio for Climbers By Climbers. Listen to the most unbelievable Epics we’ve published throughout the years—close calls and near misses, stories of survival and perseverance in the face of overwhelming odds. A Long Way Down 150-Footer on the Nose By Jordan Cannon For a moment, I was suspended in silence. Darkness rushed in around me, dreamlike. The panic disappeared, and I felt totally calm, accepting my fate. Was I about to die? For the next five seconds, I bounced violently down the slab, gear banging. Mike’s headlamp slowly passed by.
Mar 19, 2018
Episode 3 - An Epic for Everyone
00:12:09
Rock and Ice Radio - Audio for Climbers By Climbers. Listen to the most unblievable epics we have published through out the year, stories of close calls, surival, near misses and An Epic for Everyone by Jack Clinton Some things are far scarier than broken bones The rain and hail fell so densely that I could feel water in the air I breathed, as if I could drown on vertical terrain. The gear, which had been hard enough on dry rock, was now hopeless.
Mar 18, 2018