Jared Leto Looks Back On His Near-death Experience While Rock Climbing

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Jared Leto recently took to his social media to share pictures and a video from a near-death experience that he had while he was rock-climbing. Take a look.

Written By Shweta Patokar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto is an enthusiastic rock climber. It is one of his favourite hobbies and many of Leto's climbing partners are expert climbers. However, many things can still go wrong. In the year 2017, the actor was following a route with his climbing partner, Alex Honnold. During the hike, Jared Leto took a fall and his rope almost got cut by a sharp rock while he was dangling 600 feet in the air. 

Jared Leto looks back on his near-death experience, shares pictures

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For some reason, Jared Leto recently took to his social media to reflect on the event. The actor posted two posts on the micro-blogging site on March 6. He posted a selfie from a high route on the Red Rock Canyon which is known for its climbing routes that are over 1,000 feet long. Just next to that picture, Leto showed a picture of his rope that nearly got cut by a rock. 

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In the same thread, Jared Leto later shared a video from the climbing site as well. In the video, the Suicide Squad actor is holding the rope and points at the point where it got frayed by the rock. The actor later revealed that he was more bummed about the rope damage ruining his day more than fearing for his life. 

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