2019 Outdoor Adventure Films Line Up


2019 Outdoor Adventure Films Line-Up


January – March are prime months for Outdoor Adventure film festivals! Don’t miss out on these screenings:

January 10

 In Due Time. Endurance athlete Jason Antin will be at Bentgate
Mountaineering to 
present a film about his journey to set the Arctic Circle
speed record with fellow 
athlete Mike Chambers. RSVP for the free event on
                     Bentgate Mountaineering’s  Facebook page.

                    6:15 PM
                    Bentgate Mountaineering
                    1313 Washington Avenue
                    Golden, CO 80401



January 19  

Backcountry snow sports enthusiasts will not want to miss the
                      2018-19 Backcountry Film Festival in Dillon. Funds raised at each
stay in the local community to support human-powered recreation
and conservation efforts, winter education 
and avalanche/safety programs
and to raise awareness of winter management 
issues. All proceeds from the
Backcountry Film Festival will support the work of the 
Friends of Dillon
Ranger District. Tickets are $10 – $15 and can be 
purchased here.
7 PM
                    Wilderness Sports
                    701 E. Anemone Trail
Dillon, CO 80435


January 24  

The 16th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival tour will stop at the Mayan
Theater in Denver this year. Made by activists for activists, the tour includes
                      award-winning environmental and outdoor adventure films  selected not
only for their great visual 
stories, but also to inspire and motivate us to
continue the cause to keep the Rocky
 Mountains wild.

Opening reception begins at 5:30 PM, followed by films starting at 7 PM.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here.
                      7 PM
                      Mayan Theater
                      110 Broadway
                      Denver, CO 80203

wild and scenic

February 5  

Reel Rock 13 includes four climbing films to inspire climbers. Enjoy an
evening of fun films while supporting local non-profits in the climbing
community. Tickets are
 $15 and can be purchased here. 

6 PM
                    American Mountaineering Museum
710 10th Street
                    Golden, CO 80401

reel rock

March 1-3  

The premier outdoor recreation film event, the Banff Mountain Film Festival
 make its annual stop at the Paramount Theater in Denver. For three
days, viewers
will see short films and documentaries about mountain culture,
sports, and environment. Banff is as 
much of Colorado outdoors culture as
Warren Miller. Tickets are
$22.50 for each night and can be purchased
through the
Colorado Mountain Club. This event will sell out!

                   7 PM
Paramount Theater
                   1621 Glenarm Place
                   Denver, CO 80202



See also –

Abandoned is a journey into Colorado’s ski past.


Craig’s Reaction: The Incredible Story of Adaptive Climber Craig DeMartino

Women’s Adventure Film tour is Not One-Size-Fits-All and I Love It


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