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The Pathan Project - A Remote Big Wall in Pakistan

© Guillaume Broust

An unexplored range in a remote valley of Pakistan, an unclimbed big wall, and a solid team of Belgian, French, and Argentinian climbers ready to combine exploration, music, and humour. Nicolas Favresse, Jean-Louis Wertz, Mathieu Maynadier, and Carlitos Molina embark on a new adventure full of surprises, French fries, and unexpected twists!

Filmmaker Guillaume Broust has uploaded this 45-minute film during the lockdown period. If you would like to provide support to the Belgian team of climbers for their upcoming adventures, you can also watch several of their other movies through VOD, via the ReelHouse website.


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23 Apr

That looks like tonight's viewing sorted :-)

23 Apr

Excellent video. Beautiful and thought-provoking stuff.

24 Apr

Great film, some serious editing talent was thrown at that. Really enjoyed that one.

24 Apr

Wow - superb. What a well balanced film.

24 Apr

So, a rockfall with enough force to smash a helmet and cause compression fractures - but no cranial damage ?? Lucky escape !

A well composed mountain film, good family viewing. Great to be transported to a different world - 'from which no-one comes back un-scathed''

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