DVD & Book Sales


Climbing on film often shows just the perfect move, or final ascent.

Our films, first broadcast on the BBC, show the climbs from the inside-out as Britain's best climbers take on some of the hardest routes in the world.

All our DVD's are European standard (PAL). Please contact us for details of postage outside Europe.

To Hell and Back

Dave MacLeod is one of the most outstanding climbers of recent years - in August 2007 he risked pushing them too far when he attempted a new line in the heart of the Cairngorms. "Yesterday was the scariest day of my life, and the end of the scariest ten days of my life. The impeding lead of my project on Hell’s Lum crag was hanging over me like a guillotine. It’s the most dangerous lead I’ve ever done"
Running time: approx. 75 mins
£10.99 including UK P&P

The Great Climb

The BBC billed it as a ‘once in a generation event’ and the world’s first climbing outside broadcast in High Definition, but the results stunned even the commissioning editors. On Britain’s biggest overhanging face on Sron Uladail in Harris, climbers Dave MacLeod and Tim Emmett threw caution to the wind and attempted a fearsome new route in the most difficult of conditions.
Running time: approx. 300 mins.
£12.99 including UK P&P

Triple Five

As part of their preparation for BBC Scotland’s hugely successful Great Climb, top rock athletes Dave MacLeod and Tim Emmett attempt to climb five new extreme routes on five Hebridean islands in five consecutive days – a world first. Tides, weather, fatigue and the sheer extremity of the climbs were all against them.
Running time apex. 210
£12.99 including UK P&P

Extraordinary Climbs

This release includes two extraordinary adventures - the First Great Climb is a moving tribute to three almost forgotten men who, in 1867, made the perilous sea crossing to the uninhabited Hebridean island of Handa. In Climbing... No Limits! Dave MacLeod and Alan Cassidy travel south of the Border to attempt two innovative first ascents in caves over and under ground.
Running time approximately 120 minutes.
£12.99 including UK P&P