In this beautifully shot film, you’ll explore the vast bouldering as well as the cultural roots of the Sacred Valley of the Incas —an area located near the ancient Peruvian city of Machu Picchu in the region of Cusco. You’ll not only get a dose of its incredible climbing, but learn about the uniqueness of this Andean valley environment that make it a sacred place for both the climbers and elders who live there.

Everything that you see here shows us the intimate connection between humans and their environment and especially with the mountains, with the valleys, with the rocks … because the rocks hold the memories that the people had.


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