Breathtaking: K2 - The World's Most Dangerous Mountain | Eddie Bauer

1 जून, 2020
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“K2 is a savage mountain that tries to kill you.” That is how climber George Bell described the infamous peak after the first American expedition in 1953-forever giving the mountain its nickname-The Savage Mountain. Sixty-six years later, Eddie Bauer mountain guides Adrian Ballinger and Carla Perez aim to summit the 8611-meter peak and join a community of explorers fewer in number than those who have been to outer space. Even more incredible, they both will attempt the feat without the use of supplemental oxygen. Every step of the way the team faces hazardous conditions, terrifying setbacks, and crushing misfortunes. But as Ballinger puts it, “I'll go until the mountain tells me I can’t go anymore.”

  • Everest is like driving to the mall. They dragged Sandy Pittman and her purse to the summitt.

    Sid NSid N2 मिनिटांपूर्वी
  • And this one from inside Tambora mountain:

    Erwin WinarnoErwin Winarno4 तासांपूर्वी
  • A great documentary. Hats off to all of these courageous people.

    Aamir AbbasiAamir Abbasi5 तासांपूर्वी
  • So beautiful!! Thank you for sharing this experience!

    Anna MardoAnna Mardo10 तासांपूर्वी
  • You are an angel of the mountain. ❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽

    Sherry EldridgeSherry Eldridge11 तासांपूर्वी
  • Just take those odd flags off the Summit cause they don't belong to that beautiful place.

    Z15TEENZ15TEEN17 तासांपूर्वी
  • سبحان الله ، الحمد لله ، الله أكبر

    DZADZA18 तासांपूर्वी
  • This is our place

    The patriotThe patriot20 तासांपूर्वी
  • Learn from real climbers

    Cayus BonusCayus Bonusदिवसापूर्वी
  • I made my first hiking video. It sucks, I know, but the journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step ;) @ZD5U More to come!

    Lifecast PrimeLifecast Primeदिवसापूर्वी
  • Chosen are the ones who live their dreams..Hats Off.. one doesn't conquer a mountain, the mountain embraces whoever it choses... Congratulations...

    Bhushan SalgarBhushan Salgarदिवसापूर्वी
  • Jon Snorri is now on his way des 2020 climbing k2

    Thordur HognasonThordur Hognasonदिवसापूर्वी
  • The real question is.... "who took up all the ropes?"

    Paige RosePaige Roseदिवसापूर्वी
    • Pimba😀

      Ch IrfanCh Irfan5 तासांपूर्वी
  • 41:30 - summit - beautiful view !

    John WangJohn Wangदिवसापूर्वी
  • I am proud to be "SHERPA".

    Brock TureskiBrock Tureskiदिवसापूर्वी
  • Gilgit Baltistan ❤️

    Stories of GilgitBaltistanStories of GilgitBaltistan2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • These people pay $ 50K expedition fee plus equipments for another $ 50K to $ 100K. What they do not want to pay is porter fee who actually enables them to reach to K2. Those poor people have only 2 months of earning in a year, when expeditions start. Still after travelling to this far, these climbers do not want them to pay atleast $ 50. What a shame.

    Safar and TravelSafar and Travel2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I wonder how many attempts ended tragically that Eddie Bauer isn't showing.

    Rey HangRey Hang2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Antena 3 Sports Spain would like to broadcast a very few seconds of this video above. Please, let us know if it would be possible and we'd mention your youtube channel (Eddie Bauer)

    Producción Antena 3Producción Antena 32 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • A lot of rich people climbing up a hill.

    Bera DogsBera Dogs2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • These guy's are fucking nuts.

    James MartensJames Martens2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Beautiful and dangerous

    Rahul RaoRahul Rao2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Long live PAKISTAN

    Qazi KhanQazi Khan2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • anyone know the brand of sunglasses adrian is wearing at like 17:48

    BrandonPrive1432BrandonPrive14323 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • 4mins 54 secs to the station

    finn cherryfinn cherry3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I wish someone could make such marketing for the Sherpas and some other people in the past who too climbed the Everest without Oxygen. It is a pity that those people cannot make their own videos. Videos like these do not give the complete statistics but only the ones which help them sell themselves better. In the end, it is all marketing, and I wonder what the actual climbers think about this ? Does the credit or any monetary recognition ever go to the Sherpas ? Does someone also make a video for them with the same limelight ?

    calmeadcalmead3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Sorry to say I felt like you avoided to say that k2 is actually in Pakistan not China please... K2 is Pakistan and Pakistan is k2 and it'll never change

    Mustafa IqbalMustafa Iqbal3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • What an inspirational film. Thank you for sharing your journey with us.

    Barbara KryvkoBarbara Kryvko3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • These people are all crazy.

    ripp846ripp8463 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I made it through an incredible documentary. Even with that one dude's voice that had me looking for a rope and chair.

    5Mjrs Ballesteros5Mjrs Ballesteros3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • how they poop on that mountain

    kiss mekiss me3 दिवसांपूर्वी

    ChrisYanickiChrisYanicki3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Sherpa on oxygen must be like steroids on steroids lmao

    xico tcxico tc3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • This is the life compared with the life spent on a mundane job at a desk, for some money and safety.

    Abhijit ChakrabortyAbhijit Chakraborty3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • 2 fucking dollars .... ok I'm stopping watching this shit

    lp641lp6413 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • a 46 min proof of concept ad or a jacket 👏👏

    Ali RizviAli Rizvi3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • RIP Ueli Steck :(

    Hodgey HodgeHodgey Hodge4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • It's emotional coming back from top of mountain. I just love mountains, they're calm and peaceful

    Mir ShabirMir Shabir4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I'm curious of climbing k2, hope I get a chance in future...hooooo

    Mir ShabirMir Shabir4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • "Mountains are not fair or unfair, they are just dangerous." Reinhold Messner

    Matej JuhásMatej Juhás4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I always like to imagine a quaint little temple atop one of these majestic mountains, maybe even a little air bender statue lol.

    curtis_browningcurtis_browning4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Interesting Fact : This region is controlled by Pakistan, but is actually a part of India. Also the reason why Pakistan chose to give more permits to climbers to concretize its control and build a narrative. 9:16

    Abhishek SumanAbhishek Suman4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Wild fucking stat when more people have been to space than summit's 😂 legit more people have been out of this planet than on top of a peak inside it lol Isnt this Emily Harrington's man

    iiLLEST RSiiLLEST RS4 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Brilliant And great camera work

    John MacKenzieJohn MacKenzie5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Omg all these comments about the Sherpas... This is Pakistan, not Nepal. These people are not Sherpas

    Kym JacobsKym Jacobs5 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • @Ingsohang Limbu even in Pakistan? And also these aren’t Himalayas, these are the Karakoram ranges

      Bilal AhmedBilal Ahmed2 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • For your kind information, Palden & Pemba are the sherpas from Nepal. Many Sherpas are working as guide on almost every himalayas around the globe.

      Ingsohang LimbuIngsohang Limbu2 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I’m speachless! I hope one day I will be able to climb K2. I’m not a professional mountaineer, but climbing K2 it’s my life dream!

    Music With CharacterMusic With Character5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Appreciate your efforts in making this beautiful video.@ 2.40 sec Please correct your facts k2 is in India and it is the highest peak in India.

    apoorva Napoorva N5 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • R u real?

      amazing factsamazing facts5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Reality is that, it is in India, but region is occupied by Pakistan

    pranjal singh X Cpranjal singh X C5 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • @Uzzie B .... its ok to dream, but, my advice to u is that, dream the things which are sustainable.

      pranjal singh X Cpranjal singh X C20 तासांपूर्वी
    • Reality is this is Pakistan and always will be.

      Uzzie BUzzie Bदिवसापूर्वी
  • Human are getting weaker and weaker. Edmund Hillary Tenzing Norgay climb Everest with no oxygen and no down filled suit to keep them warm. 09:42 And why in the world would they climb K2 with a sleeping pad? Ounces become pounds, and pounds becomes pain.

    H. NguyenH. Nguyen5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • These are some of the most selfish and stupid people I have ever seen. Risking your lives to climb a mountain for what? So you can brag that you climb K2. Who will suffer because of their selfishness is their families should they die on the mountain. They are also risking the lives of the poor porters who must do this to earn enough money to support their families. Is your life so meaningless that you will risk your life climbing this mountain??

    Vinh PhanVinh Phan6 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • You would think like that untill you go yourself

      amazing factsamazing facts5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • So many climbers go back and multiple years with no summits at all and your team make it up on a beautiful day. That is amazing luck as well as skill. Guess you need both on K2.

    Scout's DenScout's Den6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I hardly made Snowdonia, 😀 you are legends wondering in Death Valley, Emperor of mountains, K-2

    Hannah HibbahHannah Hibbah6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Well done guys.

    Hannah HibbahHannah Hibbah6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I am crying now after you mention about feeling on the top of K2 what I like . Thank you very much let me watching your journey.

    Miyoung JungMiyoung Jung6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • get out in everest 2 times but k2 get out once, the weather and slopes are very bad k2 the hardest mountain

    emre bilgiliogluemre bilgilioglu6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Can we climb with sherpas without facing any critical conditions

    naveen kumar pnaveen kumar p6 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • @naveen kumar p join a team or expedition. Go to the base camps, camp there in summer, learn and built yourself up. No one can go. Only physically fit and people who are adopted to this climate can go.

      amazing factsamazing facts5 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • @amazing facts thank you, but I just asked, I'm very much interested to climb but i don't have any experience

      naveen kumar pnaveen kumar p5 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • Yes. Are you from nepal. Local people are also available but if you need sherpas from nepal you can hire them and brought them etc. They would be treated as a climber as you. Or else you can hire local sherpas. Much more relaible.

      amazing factsamazing facts5 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • K2 is in 🇮🇳 India

    Ojas SawalikarOjas Sawalikar6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • The nice thing about K2 is that unlike Everest, it scares away all the casuals, thus preserving its prestige.

    Edwon RodriguesEdwon Rodrigues6 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • 07:24 Kesin fidayda oynuyorlar 🇹🇷

    Enes UluçEnes Uluç7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • At least their masks are useful unlike those for "covid"....In a word: if you want breath fresh air AND wear a mask, go to Everest because if you live in Rome or Paris, you will wear a stupid useless mask AND not have oxygen...

    SiberiaeternaSiberiaeterna7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Mashallah beauty of 🇵🇰 Pakistan k2 mountain also rakaposhi mountain

    Annoying HackerAnnoying Hacker7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Hats off to camera man.

    Fankari channelFankari channel7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • One day.

    LEE ZEOLEE ZEO7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Kudos for not leaving a bunch of oxygen cans lying around. Good job.

    Marcus AkersMarcus Akers7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • All I was focused on was the Eddie Bauer logo pushed in your face 😬 was this about the mountain and art of climbing or... Art of promoting 😅

    IOPEIOPE7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • This guy Pemba is in every mountain climbing documentary I've ever seen.

    much lovemuch love7 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • you think this is dangerous? try walking to 7-11 after dark in my neighborhood

    John AndrewsJohn Andrews8 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Sorry to be a smart-arse, but K2 isn't actually the World's most dangerous mountain - that, dubious, honour goes to Annapurna, as described here: Just saying!

    Richard PierpointRichard Pierpoint8 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Incredible 👌🏽

    Phani UpadhyayPhani Upadhyay8 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Awesome!

    Pak NgahPak Ngah8 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • 🇱🇰👍👍👍💐💐💐💐🌈🌟🌌🛷⛸️🎿

    Daminda AlwisDaminda Alwis8 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • The real question is.... "who took up all the ropes?"

    Peter WuPeter Wu9 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Good that the summit is not as polluted as Everest's.

    RK831RK8319 दिवसांपूर्वी
    • Only 300 people have made it to the summit and all of them are professional mountaineers. Not a lot of people climb it so it isn't polluted

      Cameo SixCameo Six3 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Go for it! There are too many people in China now.

    netstarr77netstarr779 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Americans and their feet 😡 Jumping around in units all the time.

    Andreas DünserAndreas Dünser10 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • uh - why?

    Infinite VelocityInfinite Velocity10 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Wow @8:09 "in these trips, most of the time you are close to death... so you want to enjoy more of your life." never realised how close to heart this is as someone who climbs till she said it. word man

    31 fishon31 fishon10 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Rienhold Messner all i have to say

    gary rhodesgary rhodes11 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Beautiful views, great job filming the climb.

    Karen McPeakKaren McPeak11 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Do you think people in ancient times got to the summit? Like is it even possible

    Kolby OrozcoKolby Orozco11 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • What an amazing achievement...I'm in awe of Adrian and Carla and all the Sherpas...

    Robert PilkingtonRobert Pilkington11 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Wears a mask before it was cool

    jangles pourpajangles pourpa11 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Why did they start the climb late at night

    Manali SManali S12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Awesome

    Gabriel LetedaraGabriel Letedara12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Yea dangerous so many people died there :v

    D ËD Ë12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Last year i climbed mount damavand in iran...i missed stuck at home bcoz o covid...may this will end soon

    chammy kunchammy kun12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • bet this guy went to Fyre Festival

    dreams of widnesdreams of widnes12 दिवसांपूर्वी

    Simran SethiSimran Sethi12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • The view at 40:52 is much more breathtaking than at 43:24! Seeing the curvature of the Earth! Just wow

    Saumil MehtaSaumil Mehta12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I also hope ever was coughing up blood and liquid is ok with no long term effects.

    Greg WindjuGreg Windju12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Nothing personal I just have a couple of questions. If you were so sick why push the first day after being very I'll? Loosing 10 pounds in such a short period as well as the physical strain from the journey there is a cost to pay. Second is did you think about what potential jeopardy you could put your teammates as well as you in, just to fill your ego?

    Greg WindjuGreg Windju12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • How did they get the map from the meteorologist?

    Jennifer BhartiyaJennifer Bhartiya12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • How do they get the rope to the top?

    Jennifer BhartiyaJennifer Bhartiya12 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Italians First summited K2, its their mountain. Eddie Bauer Is not ti be reminded about

    totokkk1totokkk112 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • More people have been to outer space...wrooong!

    Antonello GuadambinoAntonello Guadambino13 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • I'd like to know the cameras they shot with (obviously some drone footage too). I'd be impressed knowing the camera that could handle this cold. I know it's one long plug for Eddie Bauer, but still a great documentary.

    SutterjackSutterjack13 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Pakistan most beautiful country love from 🇧🇩🇧🇩

    Ali RaShidAli RaShid13 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • Ok, this whole documentary is about them climbing K2, but what about the people carrying your freaking bags up and down? If you want stand out, it is not climbing without oxygen, but to climb up and down carrying your own gear and everything without the help of anyone. This is just like a big tourist attraction now.

    Daniel BroomhallDaniel Broomhall13 दिवसांपूर्वी
  • My village is next Nanga Parbat Mountain the second deadliest mountain after K2. Both mountains are in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan.

    Potato OnionPotato Onion13 दिवसांपूर्वी