Bit rough and ready, but here's sone video (taken on a Canon G15) from a one and a half day ascent of Zodiac. We began at 5 (jumared a fixed rope on 1st pitch) and stopped 2 pitches from the top on Peanut ledge.
Short film of an ascent of Lurking Fear on El Cap that was meant to take 1 day, but due to weather and a slow party, ended up taking 3! Bivy footage is on pitch 13, were 2 of the team had to sleep on a 40 degree sloping slab all night. Steve (NZ)in blue has an eye condition meaning he only has 10% vision (that's why he has the biggest haul bag to carry, as we told him it was the smallest), while this was Johno's (AU) first big wall (we met him at El Cap bridge the day before, and thought it would be funny to do it with a Brit, Kiwi and Aussie). Other climbers seen in video are Steve Scnieder and Pat (68 years old, and on 6th El Cap route).
All footage was filmed on Cannon G15 compact camera.
Music :Magic Arrow by Timber Timbre (Bonus Version)
Since his last tour in Autumn 2011 Andy has been busy climbing all over the world and has a tonne of new stories to tell. This maverick mountaineer will talk about climbing El Cap with his 13-year-old daughter (as featured in CBBC’s My Life series), revisiting Norway’s Troll Wall, his latest winter expedition to attempt the North Face of the Eiger and his 2013 trip to Antarctica.
Filmed Live at the Buxton Opera House in 2014
Gut-wrenching, entertaining and challenging – appeals to the adventurer in all of us