This film describes the stunning ascent of the majestic Ulvetanna Peak (2,931m) in the mountains of Queen Maud Land in Antarctica. This epic adventure is set in a stunning location, and shows Leo Holding, Jason Pickles and Sean 'Stanley' Leary as they attempt to make the first ascent of the NE ridge of Ulvetanna.
The Last Great Climb film tells the story of a climber's life-long dream to reach one of the world's most remote summits that is also one of the most technically demanding climbs in one of the world's harshest environments. Multi-award winner Alastair Lee captures this epic adventure to the Antarctica, showing the climbers reach the summit of the mountain in ever deteriorating weather conditions against all odds.
Filmed by Alastair Lee, The Last Great Climb is quite simply one of the most spectacular and inspiring mountaineering films ever made. It won awards at both the Kendal Film Festival and the Banff Mountain Film Festival in 2013. The main feature film is 60 minutes long, plus an extra 20 minutes of extras.
The film also includes interviews with Sir Chris Bonington, Doug Scott, Conrad Anker as well as Norwegian climbers Ivar Tolleffsen and Robert Caspersen, who first explored the area in 1994.