Something is considered whole only when a collection of little things come together. Emily Harrington, Nina Williams, Matty Hong, and Jacopo Larcher travel to Pitumarca, Peru, to climb the inspiring walls of the Andes Mountains. This is a celebration of a place, a sport, a group of friends, and all of those little things.
An old world steeped in climbing history. A new adventure as seen through a child’s eyes. Towers Of Tigray follows James Pearson and Caro Ciavaldini and their young son Arthur to the giant walls and ancient routes of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, where priests and worshippers have scaled sun-scorched towers to reach their secret and sacred churches since the fourth century.
Welcome to Perfecto Mundo---an extreme 30-meter Catalonian route that defines the limits of sport climbing. It’s a brutal and unforgiving line that, in parts, allows the use of nothing more than a single middle finger. On December 7, 2018, The North Face’s Stefano Ghisolfi earned sent Perfecto Mundo after a solid 32 days at the crag, a year of training, trial, error… and a lot of intense preparation for his all-important middle finger.
This is just, well... we don't even know where to begin... It has to be the most bizarre rock climbing discipline we've ever seen.
The man behind Yosemite Facelift, Ken Yager, found his life in climbing at a young age. His journey from then on led him to deduce that walls aren’t just about vertical feats—they’re a source for community where people come together to make the places we play better off.
The British, American and Japanese climbers got way more than they bargained for on the first ascent of Cape Enniberg.
When conditions became unfavorable for a first ascent of Alaska’s Ruth Gorge, Alex Honnold turns the camera on Renan Ozturk for a strangely beautiful discussion about life’s big questions.