The Best Climbing Movies on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, and More
The responsible thing to do now is to stay inside. Climbing gyms are closed (most things are closed). And it’s not allowed to go outside either. Most of us have a lot of free time right now. While hangboarding, core work, and wondering if it would be rude to your postal worker to order heavy dumbbells can fill some of that time, there are a lot of hours in the day. If you’re looking for a way to spend some of your time, consider some of the best climbing movies available on popular streaming services.
Note: Each of these services requires its own paid subscription. But if money is not a problem for you, there’s nothing wrong with getting a little inspiration every now and then. We’ve compiled a list of the best climbing movies available for streaming to satisfy your desire to venture. So you can spend less time searching and more time watching.
The Best Climbing Movies : where ?
- Amazon Prime
- Film Festival Flix
Due to high order volume, Amazon is no longer delivering toilet paper to Prime members within two days. Luckily, your Prime membership can still provide value during this difficult time. Prime Video has a large selection of climbing movies to stream. View our picks below, and find even more options by searching for “climbing” on Prime Video.
The Best Climbing movies on Netflix
Netflix, unfortunately, doesn’t have many climbing movies right now. They do have The Dawn Wall, though. The Dawn Wall is great. You should definitely watch that if you have a Netflix subscription.
Like Netflix, Hulu’s climbing options are limited, but they have Free Solo! Free solo climber Alex Honnold prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: scaling the 3,200-foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without a rope. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the film yet, it’s well worth a watch.