Last August, a trio of climbers – Matteo Della Bordella, Silvan Schüpbach and Christian Ledergerber – traveled to Greenland to attempt a new route on a peak called the Shark Tooth. Prior to their expedition, the 900 meter (2952 ft) rock face had only been climbed one other time, and this team hoped to do it in alpine style without fixed ropes. On August 18 they managed to reach the top of a route that they named “The Great Shark Hunt.”
The video below is a trailer for an upcoming documentary of that expedition. As you’ll see, the men had to travel on foot, and by kayak, just to reach the mountain itself. Then, they faced a challenging climb on a sheer face that required skill, strength, and daring to overcome. The views along the way are spectacular, the climbing phenomenal, and the outcome inspirational. Everything you’d want out of a good adventure film.
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