£5 each including pizza
Join us for our evenings of inspiring climbing and adventure based short films from London Mountain Film Festival.
Summit Up are delighted to announce their first film nights! Starting at 7.30pm you’ll have chance to climb beforehand before settling down to a range of short inspiring films brought to you by London Mountain Film Festival.
The first evening will feature mountaineering films, and the second climbing films.
Cost is £5 per event and includes free slice of pizza.
Pop in or call the centre to book your tickets on 0161 820 8750.
Limited capacity available.
The Ascension Series: Adam Raja
Part one of The Ascension Series – tells the story of Adam, a young Glaswegian with Pakistani heritage who spent his youth embroiled in gang culture, knife crime and drug and alcohol abuse. Until he set foot in the mountains, and there he found the confidence and community that redefined his life.
A night spent in a little tent high up in the Austrian alps brings up the big questions.
The Martin Moran Round
Robin Downie attempts to become the first person to complete the ‘Martin Moran Round’, an endurance challenge set amongst the rugged peaks and wild glens of the NW Highlands of Scotland, commemorating Martin’s own record breaking Munros round back in 1984.
After an ice climbing avalanche takes the life of her friend, professional climber and guide Sarah Hueniken finds herself questioning everything about her life in the mountains.
Alastair McDowell and Hamish Fleming set out on a quest to enchain New Zealand’s 24 highest mountains above 3000 metres in a continuous 31 day push.
A journey of discovery and the creation of a dream amongst a rag tag team of friends assembled by Andy Court. After multiple recces and two days of rigging, all that is left is to jump.
Solo is the account of one woman’s mission to run solo and unsupported across mountain ranges on six continents – overcoming obstacles, conquering fears, and finding the joy in achieving her goals absolutely alone.
Get a Job
A dirtbag climbing film portraying common scenes of Dylan Tubaro’s present, while he explains how climbing has positively affected his life. This film was shot at Tianjara, Nowra, Australia.
Darkest Before Dawn
Peek into the world of Belgian climber Siebe Vanhee’s authentic, raw process of his first season climbing on Yosemite’s hardest big wall. The infamous Dawn Wall proves to be a challenge in more ways than one.
The Last Forgotten Art
From hand sized splitters and chicken wings to wedged knees, and whole body wriggles, this film follows crack aficionados Mel, Vicky and Steve in their pursuit of climbing more unusual, so called ‘off-width climbs’ found at Ramshaw Rocks in the Peak District.
The Most Psyched
Dylan Soin is the most Psyched person you will ever meet. Born in England, he emigrated to Australia when he was 4 years old, and he started climbing at only 9 years of age. He can proudly say he has “bouldered his age”, after sending Deep Blue Sea, one of the iconic V12/13 boulders in Sydney, and he is currently projecting 33s/8C.
Still climbing on the sharp end of the rope at 99 years of age, Marcel Remy is a truly unique climbing super hero of our time that shows us in an incredible way that you are really never too old to achieve your goals in climbing and lead an inspiring life.
Legacy on the Muir
In 1965, legendary climbers TM Herbert and Yvon Chouinard climbed the Muir Wall on El Capitan while facing a brutal storm and not having a chance for a rescue. Fifty-five years later TM Herbert suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and struggles to remember his iconic climb. TM’s son, Tom Herbert, decides to attempt breaking the Muir Wall speed record to remember his father’s astounding legacy.
Ryan lived homeless on the streets of Holyhead from the age of 13 to 18. Then he discovered climbing. With some help along the way he has turned his life around, this is his story.
This is Beth
Rock climber Beth Rodden is one of the most prolific athletes in climbing history, with multiple free ascents of El Capitan and first ascents of cutting edge lines to her name. Take an intimate look at her career, fighting a self-critical dynamic to rediscover the love of her sport and herself.
The Ascension of Focus
This film looks to portray the struggle of focus that people with ADHD have daily and how sports, specifically climbing helps them achieve a heightened level of focus and clarity.
Three friends embark on a journey to the Chilean granite paradise of Cochamo, where they hope to get the first free ascent of an existing aid line. Picaflor is a 25-pitch monster on the 1000 metre Cerro Capicua, and turns out to be more of a challenge than the team expects. Full of suspense, beautiful cinematography, and lighthearted moments, this story is sure to light a fire in the viewer to get into the mountains with friends.
Do you have a budding young climber who would like to progress their climbing? The National Indoor Climbing Awards Scheme (NICAS) is for 7 years and above. However if you child is too young to start the NICAS pathway, we have NICAS Clip for 6 years and above.
Join us for our second film night at Summit Up Climbing Centre. Inspirational adventure and climbing films on Thursday 7th December. A minimum donation of £5 includes free pizza. All proceeds go to CAC Climbers Against Cancer.
Join us for a talk and Q & A on the importance of avoiding injuries in climbing. Sustaining injuries can be a major roadblock in your climbing journey. If you're interested in learning more about injury prevention, join Andrew Mcvittie, a physiotherapist at Process Physiotherapy, for an informative Q&A session on Thursday, November 30th at 6pm. Andrew will share valuable insights and answer any questions you may have.