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For perhaps obvious reasons, Hollywood mountain climbing movies don’t pack the same dramatic punch as their non-fiction brethren. That said, the following films still showcase awe-inspiring stunts in jaw-dropping settings, even if a little movie magic was required. Most climbing movies combine spectacular scenery with amazing feats and genuine drama – but these focus on the human side, getting right to the heart of some of climbing.

A list of good movies about climbing, mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking, adventure in mountains, extreme sports and survival in extreme natural situations. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you For the past 26 years 16 expeditions have tried and failed to climb one of Pakistan’s 8,000 meter peaks in winter. On February 2.

Valley Uprising (2014) Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia (2014) 180° South: Conquerors of the Useless (2010) King Lines (2008) Higher Ground (2007) The Sharp End (2007) Touching the Void (2004) Pretty Strong (2019) In the world of elite sports, rock climbing is relatively young. The 10 Best Climbing Movies. 10. Seven Years in Tibet (1997) 9. Vertical Limit (2000) 8. K2 (1991) 7. Alive (1993) 6. Cliffhanger (1993) 5. North Face (2008) 4. The Eiger Sanction (1975) 3. Touching the Void (2003) 2. 127 Hours (2010) 1. Everest (2015) The 10 Best Climbing Documentaries.

10. Everest (1998) 9. High Ground (2012) 8. To the Limit (2007) 7. Free Solo (2018) 6. Wanna sit back and watch some awesome climbing movies?

Don’t miss this ultimate guide to climbing movies, rated from best to worst. How many have you seen? If you aren’t looking for something quite so comprehensive, I’ve also cut to the chase and put together a post about the best climbing movies ever made, decided by a reader survey and. Up to5%cash back · 1. Sherpa (2015) Sherpa is a 2015 documentary by Australian filmmaker Jennifer Peedom that was shot during the 2014 Mount Everest ice avalanche. While focusing on the Sherpa Phurba Tashi, a man who has climbed Mount Everest 21 times as he leads an expedition for a New Zealand company called Himex, the film explores the sacredness of mountains within.

Featuring some of the most harrowing and inspiring tales of human endurance and survival ever told, these are the top 10 best documentaries about mountaineering and rock climbing (in my opinion.) Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven’t rated, etc. Everest. Everest is an epic mountain-climbing adventure that was filmed on location in Nepal—at times in freezing temperatures.

This moving action movie. Try it on YouTube. 10) Asgard Jamming (2009): Nicolas Favresse, Sean Villanueva, Olivier Favresse, Stephane Hanssens and Silvia Vidal are a team of highly skilled climbers with one common goal: Free climb the North-West Face of Mount Asgard on Baffin Island, arctic Canada.

45 days, 600 Km on foot, 11 days on the vertical granite wall, this is a serious business filled with fun.

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Second, the media started taking great notice of mountaineering, highlighted by Dick Bass and Frank Wells’s Seven Summits quest, Jim Whittaker’s Peace Climb, the 1996 Everest disasters, and the subsequent blockbuster status of Jon Krakauer’s Into Thin Air.

“Climbing the Seven Summits: A Comprehensive Guide to the Continents' Highest Peaks” by Mike Hamill
from Climbing the Seven Summits: A Comprehensive Guide to the Continents’ Highest Peaks
by Mike Hamill
Mountaineers Books, 2012

411: Grant Statham climbing on the south face of McArthur Peak.

“Pushing the Limits: The Story of Canadian Mountaineering” by Chic Scott
from Pushing the Limits: The Story of Canadian Mountaineering
by Chic Scott
Rocky Mountain Books, 2000

Hollywood hasn’t made a good mountain climbing film or put authentic climbing action into films where it was called for.

“Kiss Or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber” by Mark Twight
from Kiss Or Kill: Confessions of a Serial Climber
by Mark Twight
Mountaineers Books, 2002

Starring Luis Trenker as the mountain climber Karl and Leni Riefenstahl as the dancer Diotima, who both went on to make their own mountain films, the film provides physically striking actors who endure perilous cold and avalanches in a mountainous setting.

“Historical Dictionary of German Cinema” by Robert C. Reimer, Carol J. Reimer
from Historical Dictionary of German Cinema
by Robert C. Reimer, Carol J. Reimer
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2019

As the expedition’s official photographer and cinematographer, Captain John Noel made Climbing Mount Everest (1922), a now extremely rare silent, black-andwhite documentary of the attempt that focuses more on the British encounter with Tibetan culture than the actual climbing.

“History in the Media: Film and Television” by Robert Niemi
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ABC-CLIO, 2006

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  • Who is here who hates these “who is here after…” like-whores? Please do not hit like, because I don’t give a shit. Just pray to your chosen deity to render these lowlifes incapable of reproduction. Thank you.

  • Les mecs, vous êtes super. C’était incroyable, je viens de Russie, mais je vis en France. Je prévois juste d’acheter l’équipement et de gravir le Mont Blanc. Je vais m’entraîner dans les Alpes à côté de moi).

  • I would’ve like to have seen more of Alex’s dad. All we get are Dick Orb and the other guy acting like his surrogate parents. Seemed a bit weird. That said, great film and kudos to Alex for pushing at the cutting edge of our sport.

  • Hell yeah Alex! Nice work man!! Would love to see you give La Dura Dura a shot! But great work man, great doc on this though for sure ��������������

    “Okay YOU FUCKERS!!! NO MORE AID PULLING ON PINS SHIT!!!’” Love it! That line with the enthusiasm behind it, just freakin awesome man… �� ��������������������‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️

    So sorry to learn about Wolfgang and Al, taken from this life much to soon but glad that you guys are keeping their legacies alive �������� God Bless

  • Short Story:
    A power crazed princess sleeps with her father to beget an heir to her father’s throne who would defeat her own brother. The brother was smart. He becomes the teacher of that future heir. The young prince (heir) eventually slaughters his own mother and asks his worthy uncle to take care of the kingdom, while he himself journeys to a new destination.

  • Before the red point there was Patrick Edlinger, Patrick Berrault and others…. That was the real beginning of free climbing culture. And by the way; alex il really good (you say he is the best climber in the world) but he is not adam or even sharma for the moment… but keep training. I’m sure you’ll be the best Alex

  • Just curious but could anyone tell me where the Biacherahi North Tower is or what other mountains surround it as it’s not coming up on Google Maps or even Fatmap??

  • I just think it’s super weird how I started watching the mentalist recently and here I get recommended a movie with Robin Tunney in it.

  • Touching the void movie main us mountain k2 nehi. Sio la grande hain. Video banane se pehle khud acchi tarike se jaan lo. Bad main video banana.

  • Very nice! I wish I could go for a trek in the beautiful Karakoram range….. locals as in Indian villages are simple good folks.

  • What an incredible film! Loved how you respected the culture and even named your film in Urdu. Thank you for visiting Pakistan. Come again.

  • Funny how freeride evolved…. They used to spit on old school mountaineers and now they see mountaineering as a badge of honor, but I’m not sure they really get it: “Fuck the crevasses” might sound cool from a Freerider standpoint, not so when doing real mounteneering. Great movie though, I loved it.

  • DON’T you just love Hollywood script? THE last person on the rope has the ability to swing toward the ledge! NOT the top person due to the counter weight! Also, notice the last crash scenes? No other’s body’s around….just the father?

  • I have no words. This is such a pure and sincere piece of art, it has left me speechless. It caused such a positive feeling inside me. Thank you!
    BTW Muzammil here, not the one from the video:D
    Salam Alaikum to you guys!

  • That´s what you get and kinda deserve when you do something dangerous like this. On the bright side; it´s nice that the dad survived. At least I assume that, regarding how softly and undamaged he hits the Sand. He see him already standing up, cracking his back and saying: “That was not bad at all. My back pain is gone.”

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  • Top 10 Mountain Movies List
    10. A lovely Place to Die 2011(Eng)
    9.North Face 2008 (Eng)
    8.The Grey 2011
    7.The Mountain Between Us 2017
    6.K2 1991 (Eng)
    5.Cliffinger
    4.Everest 2014
    3.Vertical Limit 2000
    2.127 Hour
    1.Touching the Void 1993 (Eng)

  • Best climbing documentary I ever watched.
    And I watched a lot.

    Not only that you are CRAZiieee AND respectful of nature, people and your health
    but your storytelling is rousing and thoughtful and the camera perspectives are breathtaking.

    ZABARDAST!

  • The Grey Hindi Dubbed Download Link ✌️
    https://ckk.ai/qnzCEK

    The Mountain Between Us Hindi Dubbed Download Link ✌️
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    Everest Hindi Dubbed Download Link ✌️
    https://ckk.ai/8dYTk3

  • The greenscreen looks like they’re a mile high and that the rock wall is just floating there. Seriously 1:39 and 2:32 those ‘amateurs’ look like they were rock climbing from a passenger airliner.

  • I think the commentary of red-pointing vs trad Alpinism is a little disingenuous Free climbing was well established stand alone activity well before the red point style was introduced notably in the UK due to the absence of Alps and abundance of accessible crags, Free climbing, (climb bottom to top using Just the rock and your hands an feet (no aid) and for its own sake for fun, modern documented goes back 100 years before redpoint free climbing style was started in Germany, as a reaction to repel bolting or routes becoming commonplace on European limestone outcrops (sport climbing) and Yo Yo style free climbing seemed a bit of a cheat, the two styles are distinguished only IF you fall off, as to how you restart to ultimately climb the route

  • So, 2 questions from someone who has never lead climbed, especially out in the open (decided to get good at climbing in a gym first)
    1. How is he being recorded from above? I feel lime the camera is too stable to be a drone
    2. How are the actual hooks (or whatever they’re called, the things that you hook your rope into) attached originally? For example, I know Adam Ondra climbing silence was (I think) the world’s first. Did they just create the beta and then use cranes or some special equipment to attach the hooks before the climb?

  • I’ve heard climbers talk crap on this scene. I’m afraid of heights and when I saw it in theaters it scared the crop out of me. How realistic is this scene?

  • A father who climbs to mountains together with his children. Entrusting himself and their lives to ropes and hooks hundreds of meters above. A very interesting point of view:) Is really exist such parents in reality?

  • youtube really should make a sub-section like netflix and create an area within the platforms just for movies like these. These productions are really on another level to just your average home made film. this is why i still watch youtube. truly inspirational, amazing.

  • i never wanted any of them to fall to thei
    r death…but as for those two wiggli
    ng worms who cant stay still…boyyy… was i happy to see them fall

  • Impressed. Even if I try 50 times and finally climb the route, the move is almost completed by the 10th try. At that moment I’m convinced that this is going to climb, but as Megos said at last, knowing that I can climb is different from actually climbing. So the remaining 40 times for RP are not fun climbing. It is regrettable, painful, irritable, work-like and boring. However, suddenly a move or notice to move forward led to the completion of the climb. This film tells about RP is able to find such a process and part of life.

  • Bhai aapki saari movies best hai.
    Lekin agar aap sb movie ke link bhi doge n
    T aapki video pe koi bhi dislike nhi karega
    Thodi aur mehnat krke link bhi daal diya Karo description me.
    Ok thanks

  • This philosophy view of climbing is getting ridiculous. ” I climb as a way to express myself ” gimme a break. Why do I climb? CUZ ITS FUN!!!!

  • We Americans have been snowed. After 911 this area was prominent in the news. Always portrayed as extremely primitive; nothing but boulders and quite uncivilized. Who would know it is more beautiful than our own country? Thank you for posting this video, and opening my eyes at least to the really surprising truth.

  • 41:30 is such a funny and endearing moment. On a crux move of one of the hardest climbs on earth, casually discussing his massive struggle

  • Great cinematography, Thrilling video, absolutely stunning and I Really appreciated your hard work.
    “Dreams of this freedom, Will haunt you for a while”
    Love from PAKISTAN ����

  • Yes! Cool movie this is inspiring me to get my fat, lazy backside off the couch and to use the Corona lock-down time to start getting fit and strong again! All I have is a yoga mat and a hangboard but lets see what can be done!

  • Guess why I can leave this comment.
    A) I cut the rope when I had to
    B) I am to busy swimming with Great Whites to climb rocks
    C) You all know this one Answer below

    Do I really have to say it?

  • HAHAHAHA!
    lmao! They had you all going! All done in a studio along with CGI. These people were standing on the ground, looking down at the floor, like someone was below them.Lots of screaming and making faces and you bought it, hook, line, and sinker!