Renan Ozturk

Renan Ozturk

Great Wide Open: Episode 5 – Independence Day (c) Jared Leto

In the last episode of "The Great Wide Open" Jared Leto joins Sasha DiGiulian to climb Devils Tower for the celebration of Independence Day on the summit. In addition all of the previously featured climbers appear for some final thoughts.

Great Wide Open: Episode 2 - The Dirtbag (c) Jared Leto

Jared Leto has taken his films literally—up on the biggest walls with the most successful climbers of the century. In this episode, Leto features Renan Ozturk, uncovering his life, accidents and journey throughout Meru.

Meru (c) Music Box Films

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.

[VIDEO] The North Face: Unearthed - Renan Ozturk

Artist, photographer, and climber Renan Ozturk had a unique perspective as storyteller on the climbing trip to the Green River, Utah. Catch him in the final episode of Unearthed.

[VIDEO] The North Face: Unearthed - Matt Segal

While on a close-to-home trip on the Green River, Utah, team climber Matt Segal reflects on why he was initially drawn to trad and crack climbing.

[VIDEO] The North Face: Unearthed - Daniel Woods

"If we didn't have the failure, what fun would climbing be?" Team climber Daniel Woods reflects on his experience learning how to trad climb on the Green River, Utah with Alex Honnold, Matt Segal, and Renan Ozturk.

[VIDEO] The North Face: Unearthed - Alex Honnold

Alex Honnold a.k.a "No Crack Stands a Chance" made the most of every opportunity on his trip to the Green River, Utah with fellow athletes Daniel Woods, Matt Segal, and Renan Ozturk.

Conrad Anker

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.

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7 x 8.000: Erfolg am Manaslu für Alix von Melle und Luis Stitzinger (c) Archiv von Melle, Stitzinger

Mit dem Manaslu (8.163 m) gelingt dem deutschen Bergsteigerehepaar Alix von Melle (46) und Luis Stitzinger (48) ihr siebter Achttausendergipfel ohne Verwendung von künstlichem Sauerstoff - und das in einem Jahr, in dem die Sperrung Tibets abermals für einen Massenansturm am nepalesischen Berg sorgte.