Eiger Solo

Eiger Solo is a documentary of the first British solo ascent of the Eiger North Face. Welsh mountaineer Eric Jones' ultimate dream was to climb the notorious North Face of the Eiger, alone. Filming Eric Jones on his solo climb was almost as great a challenge to cameraman and filmmaker Leo Dickinson, who had to be lowered from a helicopter to Death Bivouac, high on the mountain to capture Eric's progress on film. This film also contains rare interviews with Heinrich Harrer, Anderl Heckmair, Don Whillans and Adolf Rubi. "Eiger Solo" is probably the best of its genre on the subject and thoroughly deserves to be regarded as a masterpiece of a mountaineering film, it will thrill and inspire both serious climbers and armchair mountaineers alike.

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At Home on Ice: Max Lowe

<iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/bH1L42Ulvfs?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><p>This short film by Max Lowe explores the challenges, the motivations, the beauty and the camaraderie of ice climbing in Montana.<p>

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Mountain Men: The Ghosts of K2

A BBC documentary which explores the history of climbing K2, the mountaineers mountain, from the early days to the summit with historical footage photographs & re-enactments.

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Ueli Steck Annapurna Solo

In one of the boldest Himalayan climbs in history, Mountain Hardwear athlete Ueli Steck completed the first solo ascent of Annapurna's South Face in a record 28 hours.

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Antartica Nat Geo Adventure

Accomplished climber Mike Libecki and photographer Cory Richards battle extreme cold and furious katabatic winds in an epic, ten-day climb to the summit of the untouched Bertha's Tower at the bottom of the world.

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Josh Wharton Mixed Englishman's RMNP

Josh Wharton talks about his training strategy that includes climbing summer alpine rock routes in the winter with ice tools and crampons when he's exhausted. This is not only great physical training but psychological training as well for his big alpine objectives.

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Khumbu Climbing Center

The Khumbu Climbing Center was started 10 years ago by Conrad Anker and Jennifer Lowe-Anker in memory of the late Alex Lowe. Since its commencement the number of attendees each year has steadily increased as well as the safety of high altitude workers in the Khumbu region of Nepal. The Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation is in the process of fundraising to complete a building to permanently house the program in years to come. If you would like to donate to this cause please follow this link: http://www.alexlowe.org/kcs.shtml

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Monton de Suerte

Climbing Cerro Torre and Cerro Stanhardt

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Never Stop Exploring

Humans have always been driven by curiosity and fed by an innate need to explore. There is an allure in the pursuit of the unknown. Never stop exploring.

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National Park Climb & Ski

World-renowned mountaineer Conrad Anker returns to Alaska’s Denali National Park to climb Denali (Mount McKinley), the highest peak in North America. The rugged majesty and danger of the Great North is captured in this stunning video of mountain climbers and wildlife in this vast National Park, which covers over six million acres. Conrad shares highlights from his many expeditions to Alaska to climb and ski Denali and the Alaska Range. He also shares memories of camping trips to America’s National Parks with his family, where they experienced the joy and beauty of nature together. .

Alex Honnold in Yosemite: National Parks Epic Challenge.