Sexy and romantic jaunts to launch the rest of the year.
Right now, two brave climbers are in the middle of attempting to free-climb the world's steepest stretch of granite, half a mile up, in the peaks of Yosemite National Park. Professional climbers Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell began their journey on December 27 and are the first to try to reach the summit of El Capitan's Dawn Wall in Yosemite using nothing but their hands and feet. If the two succeed to the top, they will make history by being the first to do so without any other tools but their bodies.
After decades of choosing between a tedious six-hour drive and the mayhem that is LAX, San Francisco residents that yearn for some Los Angeles sun now have a more efficient third option.
Thoroughly fed up with the lack of public transportation from San Francisco to Silicon Valley after midnight (BART and Caltrain both shut their doors for the night at 12am), Santa Clara county resident Michael Horton teamed up with his friend Cory Althoff to solve the problem.