Day 1 : 5 Movie About Climbing and Hiking

I have already wacth many movie about traveling, read article that says movie about traveling backpacking , and camping. But i never read or see people talk about climbing or hiking, so in this day i whan to tell you  some movie about climbing or hiking. In  this list was the best movie that i have been wacth all the time, i make list based on imdb rating so lets began.

1. Meru (2015) 7.7 Imdb

In 2008, Conrad Anker and Jimmy Chin, two of the world’s strongest climbers, partnered up with relative newcomer Renan Ozturk to tackle the Shark’s Fin on Meru, a 21,000-foot knife edge balanced on a mix of technical rock slabs, snow and rotten ice in northern India.

It had never been summited before, and their attempt went about as badly as it could: they ran out of food, suffered frostbite, and were forced to turn back just 100 meters from the summit. Despite the damage, Anker, now 52, spent the following three years “possessed” by the Shark’s Fin. Not even a traumatic brain injury Ozturk sustained backcountry skiing or an avalanche that almost killed Chin on the same project could stop them.

2. North Face (2008) 7.4 Imdb

Based on a true story, North Face is a suspenseful adventure film about a competition to climb the most dangerous rock face in the Alps. Set in 1936, as Nazi propaganda urges the nation’s Alpinists to conquer the unclimbed north face of the Swiss massif – the Eiger – two reluctant German climbers begin their daring ascent.

3. The Wildest Dream : Conquest of Everest (2010) 7.3 Imdb

In 1999, the top American mountaineer Conrad Anker discovered the body of George Mallory on Everest. Mallory and his young climbing partner, Sandy Irvine, disappeared in 1924, last spotted just 800 metres from the peak. The enduring mystery is whether they were going up or coming down (which would place them at the summit 30 years before Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary). 

In this National Geographic documentary Anker goes back to Everest to retrace Mallory's expedition. With the exception of some TV-duff recreations and CSI-style razzle-dazzle it is fascinating. What drives men and women to risk snow blindness, frostbite, (there is a gruesome story of a man coughing up a bit of frozen larynx) and a good chance of death on Everest? Mallory's famous answer was, of course: "Because it's there.

4. Everest (2015) 7.1 Imdb

On the morning of May 10, 1996, climbers (Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin) from two expeditions start their final ascent toward the summit of Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. With little warning, a violent storm strikes the mountain, engulfing the adventurers in one of the fiercest blizzards ever encountered by man. Challenged by the harshest conditions imaginable, the teams must endure blistering winds and freezing temperatures in an epic battle to survive against nearly impossible odds.

5. The Himalayas (2015) 6.4 Imdb

Following a grueling climb up Kanchenjunga, Hong-gil and Mu-taek become fast friends and partners in climb. The peak of their professional careers comes when they become the 14th team to scale the Himalayas. But the climb came at a price: both sustained injuries and Hong-gil was compelled to retire. Years later, Hong-gil is a renowned lecturer and Mu-taek takes up an assignment to go up Everest. When Hong-gil learns that Mu-taek has gone missing, he blames himself for encouraging the younger man’s plans. Looking at a photo of Mu-taek’s frozen corpse still trapped on the mountain, he decides to put together a rescue team to retrieve the body. Despite warnings, concerns over his injured leg and treacherous storms, Hong-gil leads the expedition.

That was 5 best movie that i have been watch all the time, i dont know if there another movie about climbing or hiking, if you know more maybe you can comment below and tell me about it. dont forget to like and share it.

Thats for today, see yaa tomorrow.

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