New Big Wall Climbed in Greenland

Leo Houlding was one of a team of five to climb the main north-west face of Mirror Wall, which at 4,000 ft (1,200 m) is almost four times the height of London's Shard.

It took 12 days to reach to the top of the sheer granite cliff, with team members sleeping in hanging ledges.

That's 1,000 feet taller than El Cap. Awesome.

Greenland's Mirror Wall conquered by Cumbria climber - BBC News