David Lama and Conrad Anker became the first expedition ever to reach the headwall of Lunag Ri, a 6907 meters high mountain located at the border of Nepal and Tibet. The Austrian-American rope team gave everything to be the very first to reach the untouched summit.
In the high-stakes pursuit of big-wall climbing, the Shark's Fin on Mount Meru may be the ultimate prize. Sitting 21,000 feet above the sacred Ganges River in Northern India, the mountain's perversely stacked obstacles make it both a nightmare and an irresistible calling for some of the world's toughest climbers.
David Lama steckt noch in den Windeln als sich Conrad Anker im Zion Nationalpark im US Bundesstaat Utah, erstmals an einer Wand am Temple of Sinawava versucht. Die Route wird nicht vollendet und bleibt beinahe zweieinhalb Jahrzehnte ein unbeschriebenes Blatt.
World-renowned mountaineer Conrad Anker returns to Alaska's Denali National Park to climb Denali (Mount McKinley), the highest peak in North America. The rugged majesty and danger of the Great North is captured in this stunning video of mountain climbers and wildlife in this vast National Park, which covers over six million acres. Conrad's specialty is climbing the most challenging terrain in the world, a quest that has taken him from the mountains of Alaska and Antarctica to the big walls of Patagonia to multiple ascents of Mount Everest. In this video, Conrad shares highlights from his many expeditions to Alaska to climb and ski Denali and the Alaska Range. He also shares memories of camping trips to America's National Parks with his family, where they experienced the joy and beauty of nature together.
Am 30. September erklommen die The North Face Athleten Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin und Renan Ozturk einen der letzten unbestiegenen Gipfel des Himalaya über die Route Shark's Fin an der Nordwestwand des 6.330 m hohen Meru im Garhwal Himalaya, Indien.