The Best Movies About Everest

May 4, 2024 | Movies, Nature

Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world is a popular topic for books and movies. It’s no surprise that there are many great films about this impressive peak. Here are some of the best movies about Everest.


1. Everest (2015)

EverestEverest is more than just a brand – it’s an invitation to explore, imagine, and contemplate. Our minimalist approach allows for endless possibilities and interpretations, leaving room for each individual to create their own meaning.






2. Dying for Everest (2017)

Dying for EverestSometimes we push ourselves to the limits, not because we seek glory or fame, but because we want to see what our minds and bodies are truly capable of. Mount Everest is a testament to that desire – a towering symbol of human determination and endurance.






3. The Dark Side of Everest (2003)

The Dark Side of EverestThe summit of Mount Everest is often romanticized as the ultimate achievement for adventurous individuals. However, there is a darker side to this iconic mountain that is rarely talked about.






4. Sherpa Official (2015)

At first, it seemed unimaginable – a fight taking place on the sacred Mount Everest. Yet in 2013, news outlets across the world were reporting exactly that: an ugly brawl between European climbers and angry Sherpas at a staggering altitude of 21,000ft. This was a far cry from the spirit of cooperation and bravery displayed by New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay when they famously reached the summit in 1953.


5. THE LEDGE (2022)

On a seemingly ordinary day, two friends set out on a rock climbing excursion. Little did they know, their adventure would soon turn into a nightmare beyond their wildest imaginations.


6. The Summit (2012)

On a warm summer day in August of 2008, the world watched with bated breath as 22 climbers from different corners of the globe embarked on their journey to conquer K2 – known as the most dangerous mountain on Earth. Each with their own ambitions and dreams, they all shared one goal: to reach the summit. Yet, within just 48 hours, eleven of them would never make it back down. In a horrifying turn of events, the mountain seemed to come alive and claim its victims one by one.


7. The Alpinist (2021)

Marc-André Leclerc is a climber unlike any other. At just 23 years old, this free-spirited Canadian has made some of the most daring solo ascents in history. But he does so far from the spotlight and with little fanfare. Leclerc’s approach to climbing is pure and simple: no cameras, no rope, and no room for mistakes. He embraces the true essence of solo adventure.

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