Tom Frost, born in Hollywood but raised to climb mountains
The important thing is not to climb, that (more or less...) everyone is capable, the important thing is how you scale it.
Tom Frost and Yvon Chouinard, a climb to success
Tom Frost's legendary climbing portraits
The golden age of climbing - the age in which Tom Frost moves - sees two schools of thought, two philosophies of climbing, dualism, and rivalry that it's strange to imagine between characters we think posed and calm like climbers. Warren Harding, born in 1926, is Frost's nemesis; but Frost doesn't even see him.
Tom Frost and the dualism with Warren Harding
Throughout his life, Frost has kept to his motto: "How you do anything is how you do everything", that is, the importance of "how" to do things, not just do them.