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1992, Australia, 59min

Director: Michael Dillon

In autumn 1984, Tim Macartney-Snape summited Mount Everest without auxiliary oxygen, thus becoming the 16th mountaineer to achieve so. It’s a feat that just over 200 climbers have ever achieved. Nevertheless, having done so, friend and trip filmmaker Michael Dillon wasn’t impressed. Tim remembers him saying “Look mate, you did a pretty good climb, but you didn’t climb it properly. A mountain is measured from sea level, and so to climb it properly, you’d really have to climb it from sea level”. In spring 1990, Macartney-Snape became the first person to walk and climb to the top of Mount Everest, from sea level without auxiliary oxygen. “Everest: Sea to Summit” is the story of that epic never since repeated. One of the most awarded films in the history of Mountain Cinema.


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