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    Laila Peak - La medida de la vida Vod

    Laila Peak - La medida de la vida

    Javier Álvaro (2016)

    It‘s hard to find a colder, windier and harder place for humans than Karakoram in winter. And, precisely there, we find the last frontier of alpinism: winter expeditions. 6 alpinists will try to reach in winter, for the first time in history, the summit of Laila Peak, a beautiful mountain of 6300 meters. For weeks they are challenged by the hardest conditions, working hard as a group, and reflecting on living in the mountains.

    Spain / 52 min

    Laila Peak - La medida de la vida

    Javier Álvaro

    • 2016
    • Spain
    • 52 min
    It‘s hard to find a colder, windier and harder place for humans than Karakoram in winter. And, precisely there, we find the last frontier of alpinism: winter expeditions. 6 alpinists will try to reach in winter, for the first time in history, the summit of Laila Peak, a beautiful mountain of 6300 meters. For weeks they are challenged by the hardest conditions, working hard as a group, and reflecting on living in the mountains.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Piedra de luz Vod

    Piedra de luz

    Sebastián Álvaro (2010)

    Gasherbrum IV, standing at 7,925 meters, is probably the most beautiful mountain in the Karakorum, the only one capable of putting the majesty of K2 into the shade. It was first climbed on 6 August 1958 by Italian mountaineers Walter Bonatti and Carlo Mauri. Fifty years after that great achievement, a team of friends, Alberto Iñurrategui, José Carlos Tamayo, Mikel Zabala, Juan Vallejo, and Ferran Latorre, decide to tackle this colossal monument to inaccessibility. It is the end of a long journey and the start of a great story of friendship in the mountains.

    Spain / 48 min

    Piedra de luz

    Sebastián Álvaro

    • 2010
    • Spain
    • 48 min
    Gasherbrum IV, standing at 7,925 meters, is probably the most beautiful mountain in the Karakorum, the only one capable of putting the majesty of K2 into the shade. It was first climbed on 6 August 1958 by Italian mountaineers Walter Bonatti and Carlo Mauri. Fifty years after that great achievement, a team of friends, Alberto Iñurrategui, José Carlos Tamayo, Mikel Zabala, Juan Vallejo, and Ferran Latorre, decide to tackle this colossal monument to inaccessibility. It is the end of a long journey and the start of a great story of friendship in the mountains.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    Video on Demand

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