10-Year-Old Makes History as Youngest to Scale El Capitan

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Selah Schneiter is the 10-year-old girl who just made history, becoming the youngest person ever to climb the El Capitan summit at Yosemite National Park. The Colorado native spent five days scaling the 3,000-foot-high rock wall with her dad documenting the journey. Selah said at times she was tired and sore, but nothing was going to stop her from reaching the top. El Capitan was also at the center of the Oscar-winning documentary “Free Solo,” which shows one man ascending without any ropes.

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