Masters of Movement, Bear Grylls

Bear Grylls needs no introduction. The English writer and adventurer was once a member of British Special Forces and the youngest man to ever climb Mount Everest. He received his love of climbing from his father, a former Royal Marine.

Dark Glow of the Mountains

“Dark Glow of the Mountains” is a documentary from 1984 following an expedition made by climber Reinhold Messner and his partner Hans Kammerlander to climb Gasherbrum II and Gasherbrum I in one trip without returning to base camp. It is not so much concerned with showing the climb itself or giving guidelines on mountaineering, but seeks to reveal the inner motivation of the climbers.

Soloing The Eiger

Okay, so the word “extreme” gets tossed around a lot, but there’s really no better way to describe the speed climbing record set by Ueli Steck up the 13,000 foot north face of the Eiger in the Swiss Alps.