Who Say’s I Can’t

These are the amazing pictures of a climber who can scale a 200-foot cliff face with NO LEGS. As brave Hugh Herr climbs a prosthetic leg even falls off but he calmly gets it roped back up and he puts it back on and carries on. Hugh runs a lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, making bionic legs. He started climbing with his brothers as a teenager in Pennsylvania. In 1982 Hugh, when he was 17 years old, he climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire with a friend.

These are the amazing pictures of a climber who can scale a 200-foot cliff face with NO LEGS. As brave Hugh Herr climbs a prosthetic leg even falls off but he calmly gets it roped back up and he puts it back on and carries on. Hugh runs a lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, making bionic legs. He started climbing with his brothers as a teenager in Pennsylvania. In 1982 Hugh, when he was 17 years old, he climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire with a friend.

These are the amazing pictures of a climber who can scale a 200-foot cliff face with NO LEGS. As brave Hugh Herr climbs a prosthetic leg even falls off but he calmly gets it roped back up and he puts it back on and carries on. Hugh runs a lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, making bionic legs. He started climbing with his brothers as a teenager in Pennsylvania. In 1982 Hugh, when he was 17 years old, he climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire with a friend.

These are the amazing pictures of a climber who can scale a 200-foot cliff face with NO LEGS. As brave Hugh Herr climbs a prosthetic leg even falls off but he calmly gets it roped back up and he puts it back on and carries on. Hugh runs a lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, making bionic legs. He started climbing with his brothers as a teenager in Pennsylvania. In 1982 Hugh, when he was 17 years old, he climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire with a friend.

These are the amazing pictures of a climber who can scale a 200-foot cliff face with NO LEGS. As brave Hugh Herr climbs a prosthetic leg even falls off but he calmly gets it roped back up and he puts it back on and carries on. Hugh runs a lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, making bionic legs. He started climbing with his brothers as a teenager in Pennsylvania. In 1982 Hugh, when he was 17 years old, he climbed Mount Washington in New Hampshire with a friend.