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November 17 @ 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM MST
Tales of big mountains and backcountry lines, cold-air inspiration, and powder-forged friendships.
Join us at a stop near you to get fired up for the snow season.
Arc’teryx Films Featured:
Five distinct groups of female skiers, five unique stories that tell the story of a deep connection to the mountains, each other, and beyond. Explores how the mountains have been a transformative place for each of these athletes and what they’ve learned from their time on skis.
Jane and Margo of Exum Guides
Michelle Parker and Brooklyn Bell
Caite Zeliff and Veronica Paulsen
Lucy Sackbauer, Mali Noyes, and Ingrid Stensvaag
Krystin Norman and Sasha Dingle
Synopsis: Swapping the pen for the lens, this is a visual letter recapping a winter with pro skier Cole Richardson. Filmed purely in the heart of B.C. backcountry, this short film captures the hunt for powder, pillows, lines, and backcountry booters through the juxtaposition of fast, real lifestyle and slow, beautiful action.
A group of friends, endless adventures, and a big appetite for a good time. Ride along as this crew dives headfirst into whatever is thrown at them whether it’s deep snow, high alpine lines, an afternoon fishing for dinner, or some wind-blown surf—all with a smile on their face.
Greg Hill is not accustomed to failing to reach his goals. But summiting and skiing all 20 peaks along the classic Spearhead Traverse in a single day is one goal that has remained elusive for 20 years. Greg’s ski touring career began in the Spearhead Range and since then he has continued to return to the traverse between his other exploits to test his skills and fitness. After 3 failed attempts over the years and recent health issues that mark the steady decline of his physical prowess, at 47, he isn’t as fast as he once was yet he is as determined as ever. But will that be enough?
A surfer on a wave, a snowboarder on a peak, a musician in front of a crowd. Swell, gravity, rhythm. Both sport and music are a kind of electric alchemy — harnessing a form of raw cosmic energy and transforming it into totally new expressions and ways to connect with our world.
Half adventure film, half music doc, and half cinematic surrealist spacewalk through the raw landscape of Iceland, this film explores the parallels between these worlds of creation and the sources of energy that fuel our moments of inspiration.
Featuring: Elena Hight, Robin Van Gyn, Pete Devries, and Griff Washburn.
We will also have a fundraising raffle onsite for a chance to win Arc’teryx gear, with donations benefitting Protect Our Winters.
Protect Our Winters (POW) helps passionate outdoor people protect the places we live and love from climate change. POW is building, diversifying, and strengthening the Outdoor State to become the most influential and impactful voice for the climate in the United States — and we can’t do it without you. Your support helps us educate and inspire the Outdoor State to advocate for non-partisan policies that protect our world today and for future generations.
There will be light snacks and refreshments onsite available for people aged 21 and over.
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