100 years of climbing in Adršpach and Saxony: from founding fathers to Adam Ondra
In cinemas 2023
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We bring you the documentary about heroes, who were able to climb the world's most dangerous routes. They put their lives at risk just to stand at the top.
Pain, struggle, fear, thrill. That is how climbers describe their first attempts to reach the tops of the sandstones. Hanging barefoot on the random ropes stolen from the garden.
Adam Ondra. Olympian, world champion. Even he is scared to climb there. We are taking him back to the sandstones. Support us HERE.
Karel “Kokša” Hauschke
The Parachute. That's how I named one of the rocks. I remember falling down, right into the pines. It must have been 60 feet.
He gave up climbing, built a yacht with his bare hands and went to travel the world.
It was the friendship that tied us together. Not the rope.
One of the founding fathers of the sport.
Through stories, we are digging deep in history to reveal the roots of sandstone climbing, one of the most exciting and dangerous sports ever invented.
Nearly hundred-year old routes are still among the most dangerous to climb until nowadays.
We are about to let Adam conquer the legendary routes once again. They were first climbed by Germans. What made them - 100 years ago - risk their lives to reach the tops of the Czech Sandstones? And will the best climber of the modern era compare?
Let's see. Help us fund the movie that will reveal the truth.
We have a crew. You have the money.