PILGRIMAGE

  • 84 minutes | Released 2003
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Photos from PILGRIMAGE

  • Chris Sharma in Hampi. photo: Corey Rich
  • Katie Brown on a typical Hampi boulder. photo: Corey Rich
  • Local kids dress up like Hanuman, the Monkey God. photo: Corey Rich
  • Katie Brown used her trip to Hampi to rediscover her love for climbing. photo: Corey Rich
  • Taking and sharing Polaroids with local kids. Polaroids still existed back then. photo: Josh Lowell
  • After all the puffing he did for the opening scene, the Sadhu needed some help getting down. photo: Josh Lowell
  • Chris's proudest problem - The Middle Way.
  • Team. photo: Corey Rich
  • Always searching. photo: Corey Rich
PILGRIMAGE

About PILGRIMAGE

Join Chris Sharma on a bouldering pilgrimage to the sacred village of Hampi, in India. Along with friends Katie Brown and Nate Gold, Sharma has come to explore the infinite possibilities of this place, where ancient Hindu temples nestle among thousands of unclimbed granite boulders.

Sharma's legendary strength and natural approach to what he calls "the practice of climbing," yield difficult and beautiful new boulder problems. In Hampi, where Saddhu holy-men spend years...

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About PILGRIMAGE

Join Chris Sharma on a bouldering pilgrimage to the sacred village of Hampi, in India. Along with friends Katie Brown and Nate Gold, Sharma has come to explore the infinite possibilities of this place, where ancient Hindu temples nestle among thousands of unclimbed granite boulders.

Sharma's legendary strength and natural approach to what he calls "the practice of climbing," yield difficult and beautiful new boulder problems. In Hampi, where Saddhu holy-men spend years meditating in caves beneath the boulders, Sharma pursues his own form of meditation on the very same rocks.

Katie Brown was one of the world's most famous and accomplished rock climbers until she burnt out and quit climbing at the age of 19. Two years later, free from superstar expectations, she's begun to find joy in climbing once again. Like the Hindu pilgrims who flock to Hampi's temples, Brown has come to rediscover something sacred.

 

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