The Last Great Climb

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Described as an "epic to end all mountain epics" set in the stunning mountains of Queen Maud Land, Antarctica, The Last Great Climb is a feature documentary follow top adventure climber Leo Houlding with his tried and tested team of Jason Pickles and Sean 'Stanley' Leary as they attempt to make the first ascent of the NE ridge of 'the master piece of the range'; the majestic Ulvetanna Peak (2931m). One of the most technically demanding climbs in one of the world's harshest environments.

The Last Great Climb is the latest film from award winning British director Alastair Lee (Posing Productions) and won the prestigious Best Climbing Film award at the Banff Mountain Film Festival.

Like this?  There's also a rare chance to see Al Lee's stills photography in our ShAFF Lowepro Photography Exhibition, organised by MyOutdoors, running from March 31st to April 11th in the Workstation next door to the Showroom Cinema. 

 


Duration: 60 minutes
Producer: Posing Productions
Director: Alastair Lee
Year: 2013
Nationality: British
Follow on Twitter: @Al_Lee
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Film Reviews: Review by ShAFF Blogger Sam Schofield; Interview with Leo Houlding in The Telegraph
Film Sponsors: Berghaus

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Photos © Alastair Lee, Posing Productions