They are exposed. In the full sense of the word. To the coldness, the dangers and the vastness of the almost deserted Baffin Island. It is one of the last almost untouched areas of the earth. Stefan Glowacz, Robert Jasper, Holger Heuber, Klaus Fengler and Mariusz Hoffmann are struggeling to reach the Querbitter Fjord with sleds and snowkites. There a 1.000 meters high rock is reaching to the sky. It has never been climbed before. A first ascent. The climbers are impressed. The climbing route is fixed very fast, but the realisation demands advanced climbing skills and lots of endurance and power. The group of five people access the wall with reams of ropes, safety equipment and food for 16 days. A vertical adventure is waiting for them, full of risks and dangerous rocks.