Four Bulgarian friends and climbers are on an expedition to the Patagonian Andes with the goal of making the first Bulgarian ascent of Cerro Torre. After a year of training and preparation the team spends two months in Patagonia trying to ascent this prominent peak but the harsh winds and weather conditions push them back in despair. After a number of failed attempts and injuries, when everything seems to be lost the team finds a way to summit Poincenot, Cerro Torre, and even push a new route on the north face of El Mocho.
Embark on a journey to the North Caucasus and its legendary Mont Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe (5642 meters). Through this adventure, Lucas Swieykowski and Thibaud Duchosal will soon realize that, between the local Balkar population with its heavy heritage and an History of wars and legends, there is more in this place than meets the eye.