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While you might enjoy the odd trip down the local bouldering wall every now and again and you then tell everyone you’re an avid rock-climber, until you are completing expeditions like professional climbers Cedar Wright, James Pearson and Yuji Hirayama you had better just keep it to yourself. This incredibly shot film for The North Face follows the trio as they set out to the Faroe Islands with the aim of climbing the largest sea cliff in the world, coming up against disgruntled farmers, loose rocks that could send them to their deaths and lots and lots of bird vomit. The climbing itself takes second place to the incredible landscapes of the Faroe Islands, as the drone footage in the film shows off the rugged cliffs and incredible mountain ranges the climbers take full advantage of.

The North Face|The Land Of Maybe|Rock Climbing|Faroe Islands

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