Hanging precariously in tents off a 4,000 foot vertical cliff face wouldn’t be most people’s idea of the perfect camping trip. But these daredevils scale cliffs and pitch their tents thousands of feet up.
The collection of photographs is part of a summer-long exhibit of work by Gordon Wiltsie at the Mountain Light Gallery in Bishop, California, USA. The exhibition features an array of stunning images from climbs over the past decade including the first ascent of Great Sail Peak (above) – an overhanging granite wall on Canada’s Baffin Island. Talk about EXTREME! Found at the Telegraph.