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Cedar Wright is an adventurous rock climber, filmmaker, national geographic explorer, paraglider, writer, and contributing editor at Climbing Magazine.
Cedar Wright has traveled the whole world climbing rocks and documenting entertaining adventures. He shows his adventures by both writing and filming.
The professional climber Cedar Wright is known for his many films like 'Queen Maud La'd', 'Safety Third', 'Fledglings', 'A Higher Crawling', 'Reel Rock 7: Honnold 3.0', 'Reel Rock 12: Break On Through', and 'Sufferfest Franchise'.
Cedar Wright makes most of his money by climbing and some of it from filmmaking. Cedar Wright has a net worth of $1.5 million as of 2022.
Not much information is available about Cedar Wright's yearly earnings.
Rock climber Cedar Wright is 5 ft 10 in (177 cm) tall.
Born on March 16, 1975, in the United States, Cedar Wright is 47 years old as of 2022.
Not much information about Cedar Wright's childhood, family life, and education has been revealed. But, we know that he first became familiar with climbing while studying for an English degree at Humboldt State University, Northern California. Cedar was 21 years old at the time.
Cedar Wright tied the knot with Nellie Milfeld. They often climb together and travel with their pug. His past relationships are still not in the public light.
Cedar Wright is a professional climber and cinematographer who lives in Boulder, Colorado. The climber, Cedar Wright, is a National Geographic explorer and has won numerous awards for his films. He has won an award for the famous Sufferfest franchise. He is also a contributing editor at Climbing Magazine.
While studying English and creative writing, he found rock climbing fascinating. After graduation, he moved into a truck and started on his journey to becoming a rock climber. Cedar was a member of the Yosemite search and rescue team for five years.
He freed El Capitan in a day. The rock climber Cedar Wright discovered new alpine rock formations in places like Pakistan, Columbia, and Alaska. On becoming a professional rock climber, he then accomplished being a paragliding pilot. He took a flight from 18,490 ft (5635.75 m) Pico de Orizaba, which is among the highest mountains in North America. Cedar Wright established 5.13 first ascents in Yosemite and Indian Creek.
The filmmaker first started with his Dad's old DSLR to shoot for his school's newspaper. The climber, Cedar Wright did a film with Banff Mountain Film Fest and Mountainfilm, in which he did an adventure with Honnold; they climbed all of California's 14,000 ft (4267 m) peaks, and biked for more than 700 mi (1126 km), hiked around 100 mi (161 km), and climbed at least 100,000 ft (3048 m) vertical. After the release of that film, Cedar Wright often captures his adventures. Cedar Wright has also accomplished Biwall's first ascents on all seven continents. Cedar Wright measures net worth in terms of experience, as he has mentioned on his website.
In 2019, Cedar Wright, the rock climber, won the Charlie Fowler Award for the film Reel Rock Film Tour.
Cedar Wright is fond of climbing mountains and making new rock formations. The rock climber is also a cinematographer and likes to document every adventure.
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