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FORCE – The story of Mikey Schaefer

FORCE – The story of Mikey Schaefer

Patagonia presents a Duct Tape Then Beer film. Force is the collected footage from 10 years of Mikey Schaefer’s climbs, summits and misadventures in Patagonia woven together into a story of success, fear, joy and growth.

To Find Clarity, Break Away from Society

To Find Clarity, Break Away from Society

I S O L A T I O N… A short film about a character who abandons societies predictability in a bid to uncover the secrets buried within the mysterious and dramatic landscape of the Scottish Highlands.   ISOLATION is…

UNTRAVELLED LANDS

UNTRAVELLED LANDS

Kendal Mountain Festival is by far the largest and most varied event of its type in the world and it’s the main social gathering for outdoor enthusiasts in the UK & Europe. At the heart of the event programme is…

Meet the 10 Most Inspiring Adventurers of the Year

Meet the 10 Most Inspiring Adventurers of the Year

For 12 years, National Geographic has combed the globe to find the Adventurers of the Year, each selected for his or her extraordinary achievement in exploration, adventure sports, conservation, or humanitarianism. Get to know all 10, then vote every day…

Brette Harrington’s Free Solo Summit In The Fitz Roy Massif

Brette Harrington’s Free Solo Summit In The Fitz Roy Massif

  Free soloing is far from being a widely practiced aspect of climbing and the number of climbers who could be described as ‘soloists’ is pretty small. The number of people who can claim to have soloed a Patagonian peak…

The Patagonia Trip of a Lifetime

The Patagonia Trip of a Lifetime

Fueled by yerba mate, a five-man production team traveled 16,000 km by car and more than 500 km on foot through Argentina and Chile (a total of thirteen border crossings!) to capture Patagonia in impressive 4K resolution. Patagonica, this resulting…

Climbing Torres del Paine’s Secret Moderates

Climbing Torres del Paine’s Secret Moderates

UNCOVERING APPROACHABLE ROUTES FOR THE EVERYDAY CLIMBER IN SOUTH PATAGONIA This story originally appeared in the November 2014 issue of Climbing Magazine. The wind was a phantom, raking across the Central Tower and curling into the grooves of the heavily…

Common Ground

Common Ground

In July 2015, team climbers Hansjorg Auer, Jacopo Larcher, Siebe Vanhee, Iker Pou and Enekeo Pou set out to Siberia to explore the elusive Chukotka region of Siberia. With the goal of exploring and opening new routes this is a…

Old Man of Hoy, July 1967

Old Man of Hoy, July 1967

On 8-9 July 1967, 15 million people watched one of the most audacious BBC outside broadcasts ever undertaken – the climbing of the ‘Old Man of Hoy’. A team of six climbers was filmed ascending a spectacular 450-foot sea stack…

Towers of Paine – First Ascent of Central Tower by Don Whillans in 1963

Towers of Paine – First Ascent of Central Tower by Don Whillans in 1963

Directed by Leo Dickinson and narrated by Ian McNaught Davis this documentary chronicles the first ascent of The Central Tower of Paine (2,460 m) in Patagonia. A story of two expeditions to two mountains, one in Argentina the other in Chile…

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