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Graham goes one-on-one with one of the world's most renowned rock climbers, Alex Honnold. Known for his death-defying "free solo" climbs - where he ascends 2,000-foot rock walls without ropes or safety equipment - Honnold reflects on his mindset of casting aside fear, visualizing death and the advantages and disadvantages of living in a van. Honnold looks back on his notable climbs, including the Triple Crown of Yosemite and a 53-hour push in Patagonia. He and Graham also head out for a climb in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park.

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Climber Alex Honnold on peril in Patagonia

Alex Honnold talks about building up to and pushing through some of his most threatening climbs

Climber Alex Honnold: I visualize my death to stay alive

Alex Honnold on how he prepares for a climb by visualizing himself in all aspects of the climb, even death

Alex Honnold accomplishes 2 weeks of climbing in 18 hours

Alex Honnold reflects on some of his most notable climbs and how his astonishing feats can go unnoticed

What still intimidates renowned climber Alex Honnold

Alex Honnold on his dream to solo El Capitan in Yosemite, but not yet feeling mentally prepared to do it

Climber Alex Honnold and his creepy van

Alex Honnold on the van he lives in and how his unique lifestyle affects his "game"

Alex Honnold's journey to become a world-renowned climber

Alex Honnold shares stories of his introduction to climbing, his parents' happiness and his father's death

Climber Alex Honnold: No free soloist has died pushing limits

Alex Honnold talks death, not worrying about friends' and family's sorrow and other climbers' deaths

Alex Honnold on climbing over scorpions, loose rocks

Alex Honnold talks about overcoming obstacles and some of his closest calls while rock climbing

Climber Alex Honnold: I was living off less than $1,000 a month

Alex Honnold on fame, doing what he loves, spending habits and giving a portion of his salary to charity

Climber Alex Honnold's foundation inspired by a mugging

Alex Honnold on his exposure to impoverished countries, being mugged by kids with knives and his foundation

Alex Honnold teaches TV Host Graham Bensinger how to climb

Alex Honnold tries to teach a struggling Graham Bensinger how to rock climb

Alex Honnold: When nature calls on a 2,000-foot climb

Alex Honnold and host Graham Bensinger go for a climb and laugh about bathroom etiquette on the wall