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NAMULI — Official Trailer

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Majka Burhardt, Kate Rutherford and a group of scientists rope up to climb Mt. Namuli in Zambezia, Mozambique.
Burhardt and Rutherford use their climbing expertise to get the team to previously unexplored hanging forests and pockets of vegetation on the mountain’s 2,000-foot
southeastern face, on a half science, half climbing adventure.

In the process, they discover five species of ant never before seen in Mozambique, one new species of snake never before seen in the world, and the southernmost
record of a rare, snake-like amphibian called a Caecilian. And established the first technical route on Mozambique’s second highest mountain: Majka and Kate’s Science Project (5.10- IV 12 pitches).

READ Lost in Mozambique – First Ascent on Mt. Namuli



Showings and Presentations by Majka Burhardt

More showings to be added

March 8, 2016 – Seattle ,Washington

March 9, 2016 – Berkeley, California

March 10, 2016 – St. Paul, Minnesota

March 19, 2016 – North Conway, New Hampshire

March 22, 2016 – Burlington, Vermont

March 23, 2016 – Boston, Massachusetts

March 30, 2016 – New York City, New York

March 32, 2016 – Washington D.C.

April 12, 2016 – Boulder, Colorado

April 13, 2016 – Salt Lake City, Utah

Click here for a full list of showings and more information