Going up

Boscoe climbs an exposed spot on a Dolomites via ferrata. “A fall here would not have been fatal, but by the time my via ferrata lanyards had deployed, I’d have been fairly battered and hanging above a very big drop. During times of war, soldiers moved around these ‘iron roads’ without any safety equipment at all, while simultaneously trying to avoid detection by the enemy—a truly terrifying prospect and one that put our fears in context,” he says.

Reblogged from National Geographic

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