Despite knowing almost nothing about Malawi, Mélissa Le Nevé and Benjamin Rueck flew there to do some bouldering. When they arrived, they found a landscape full of massive, untouched rock structures just begging to be climbed. The longest vertical rock wall in Africa is the 5577-foot Chambe Peak on Mount Mulanje. On a clear day you can see across Southern Malawi and Mozambique. You don’t have to travel far in Malawi to find a cliff or boulder. The landscape is dotted with granite spires. There has been little known recent exploration, and potential for developing new routes, according to the Mountain Club of Malawi. In this video of their journey shot by Vast Motion Pictures, you can see Nevé and Rueck scale treacherous cliffs, tour local towns, and discover why the country is called “the warm heart of Africa.”
Watch the video at AFKTravel.com.
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