#RealAdventure Maunakea: Riding the Hardest Climb in World

Is Maunakea the hardest in the world? Climbing with hardly a break from sea level to 13,800 feet is a challenge all its own, but throw in double digit pitches and 5 miles of gravel all above 9,000 feet takes it up a notch literally and figuratively.

We had the chance to take on Maunakea with the crew from ENVE Composites to find out, which you can watch here.

For a more detail on the climb and gear setups, head over to ENVE’s story on the day here.

by Kirk Flinte

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