Keyword: Documentation

TV tip: Portrait of climbing legend Beat Kammerlander

Tonight, 20:15 p.m. on Servus TV: Bergwelten portrays the exceptional Vorarlberg talent Beat Kammerlander.
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Film tip: Cerro Torre Climb & Fly

Airy climbing documentary about the Climb & Fly adventure of Roger Schäli, Mario Heller and Pablo Pontoriero on Cerro Torre.

Professional climber coaches her 60-year-old father to his first 7a+

Touching family story: Climbing professional Emily Harrington coaches her father to his first 60a+ route at the age of 7.

Two gripping climbing documentaries for the holidays

On December 26th and 30th, Keep on Climbing will show the most spectacular climbing projects and the most beautiful walls from the climbers' perspective.

Petra Klingler: “I couldn’t have imagined a better end to my career”

Petra Klingler competed in her last World Championships in Bern. A film team accompanied the Swiss athlete at this home game.

See Vanhee about a challenge he wasn't up for

Despite many successes, something is missing in Siebe Vanhee's life. This leads him to Mexico, where an intense experience awaits him.

Survived again: gripping film about Robert Leistner

Robert Leistner is a Saxon thoroughbred climber and knows the Elbe Sandstone Mountains like the back of his hand. Today we can exclusively present you a short film about the first ascent of numerous difficult and hair-raising climbing routes.

Mount Doom Nanga Parbat – the winter expedition 2016 | TV tip

On July 3, 1953, the Austrian alpinist Hermann Buhl was the first person to stand on the summit of Nanga Parbat - the 8.125 meter high "mountain of destiny" in the western Himalayas, the climb of which claimed more lives than almost any other. And yet the mountain still attracts alpinists to this day - even in winter. In the Bergwelten documentation, Reinhold Messner presents the eight-thousander from his perspective and shows its uniqueness in the western Himalayas in Pakistan.

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