Last week I sat down with Alastair Lee - just before he set off on his next expedition to Antarctica - to speak about his latest film release that documents a new line that was put up on the East face of Autana, a tepui deep in the Venezuelan jungle of South America. The expedition members expected it to take them 1 day to get from the nearest village to the foot of the wall, however six days later and they still weren't where they wanted to be.
In the interview Alastair talks about the ups and downs of the expedition, the difficulties of climbing in such a remote and hostile part of the world and of the route itself.
Check out Posing Productions for more info on Autana and to buy the film on download or dvd.
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