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Peter Ortner

    • Germany 
    • Color
    • 26 min 

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    • Subgenre

      Expedition Journal
    • About

    • Austria 
    • 3D
    • 101 min 

    Set against the backdrop of breathtaking Patagonia, David Lama, sets out to climb the infamous south-east face of Cerro Torre, a mountain once said to be the most difficult in the world.

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    • USA 
    • Color
    • 9 min 

    For many years Austrian David Lama has dominated the field of international climbing. But now it‘s time he raises the level once again. In July 2012 he set out with climbing partner Peter Ortner to face the Nameless Tower/Trango Tower- part of the Trango Towers in the Karakoram mountain range- in a remote region of Pakistan.Together they attempt a free climb of the Eternal Flame route- one of the most notoriously challenging routes in the climbing world- made famous in 2009 by renowned German climbers The Huber brothers. At 6000 metres conditions are extreme- it‘s bitterly cold- even in the height of summer the snow doesn‘t melt. With minimal gear they begin their summit bid accompanied by climber and cameraman Corey Rich who captures an insight into the Lama‘s climbing progression. With additional sweeping shots from Remo Masina piloting a radio control Dedicam results in unique panoramic views from the huge Pakastani mountain range.

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