Originally Posted by SKYPILEIT
what...you never slept on the side of a cliff.?
(neither have I)
That photo was shot on the rather famous El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Its about 3k feet of vertical granite, with 2-3 major routes up. With a pair of binoculars you can watch the climbers during the day (especially in the summer) and often see their lamps at night. It usually takes several days to scale the surface, depending upon one's strength and what kind of assist one is using, so sleeping on the surface is common.