The North Face film ‘Pacific Lines’ featuring climbing prodigy Angie Scarth-Johnson will premiere on Facebook this Thursday night!


Pacific Lines has screened in climbing gyms and to cosy cinemas packed with adventure frothers, but now you can watch it from your couch!

On June 25th, aka this Thursday eve, The North Face is hosting the digital premiere of their climbing film ‘Pacific Lines’ on Facebook at 6pm sharp (8pm if you’re in NZ). 

This film is sure to warm the cockles of your winter heart. Let me break it down for ya – Angie is a young, evolving climber with a strong Tongan heritage that she knows little about. 

Wanting to dig deeper into her Dad’s side of the family, and climb some stunning new routes, Angie and her climbing mentor Lee Cossey travel to the island of ‘Eua in the Kingdom of Tonga with ropes, drills and a heap of chalk. 

Fierce family bonding and sea cliff first ascents ensue. 

See it all unfold for yourself this Thursday night at 6pm. Set a reminder so you don’t miss out!


Feature photo by Lee Cossey