First To Scale Patagonia

Stunning photographs capture a young British climber scaling unclimbed rock faces in the Patagonia mountains. Calum Muskett went on two expeditions to the 14-mile-long mountain range to conquer staggering rock faces never climbed before. The climber from Bethesda, Wales, made the first ascent of the South Face of the South Tower of Paine – the then biggest unclimbed rock face in Patagonia.

Stunning photographs capture a young British climber scaling unclimbed rock faces in the Patagonia mountains. Calum Muskett went on two expeditions to the 14-mile-long mountain range to conquer staggering rock faces never climbed before. The climber from Bethesda, Wales, made the first ascent of the South Face of the South Tower of Paine - the then biggest unclimbed rock face in Patagonia.

Stunning photographs capture a young British climber scaling unclimbed rock faces in the Patagonia mountains. Calum Muskett went on two expeditions to the 14-mile-long mountain range to conquer staggering rock faces never climbed before. The climber from Bethesda, Wales, made the first ascent of the South Face of the South Tower of Paine - the then biggest unclimbed rock face in Patagonia.

Stunning photographs capture a young British climber scaling unclimbed rock faces in the Patagonia mountains. Calum Muskett went on two expeditions to the 14-mile-long mountain range to conquer staggering rock faces never climbed before. The climber from Bethesda, Wales, made the first ascent of the South Face of the South Tower of Paine - the then biggest unclimbed rock face in Patagonia.

Stunning photographs capture a young British climber scaling unclimbed rock faces in the Patagonia mountains. Calum Muskett went on two expeditions to the 14-mile-long mountain range to conquer staggering rock faces never climbed before. The climber from Bethesda, Wales, made the first ascent of the South Face of the South Tower of Paine - the then biggest unclimbed rock face in Patagonia.