E11 (2006)

Director
Paul Diffley

Main cast
Dave MacLeod; Claire Macleod

Genres
Adventure, Documentary

Description
The story of the first ascent of Rhapsody at Dumbarton Rock, the world's first E11 and hardest traditional rock climb. Huge falls, injuries, tears and eventually success!


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