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CMC Presents: Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

October 11, 12 & 13 | 7:00pm-9:30pm | Golden, Colorado


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Get stoked for this fall’s presentation of the most outrageous, adventure-packed films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Formerly known as RADICAL REELS, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is dropping in at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden this fall. Follow along as some of the world's best adventurers and film makers hike tough trails, paddle wild waters, ski steep slopes.

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour runs every Spring and Fall and spans North America, bringing a variety of mountain sport films to a wide range of viewers from hardcore outdoor adventurers to weekend warriors. Grab your tickets and hang on to your seat for the best jaw-dropping mountain sport films on skiing, boarding, climbing, biking, kayaking and more – all brought to life on the big screen!

All proceeds from this stop on the Tour benefit the Colorado Mountain Club's education programs and conservation efforts.

Doors open at 6:30pm. Films begin at 7pm.

Tickets $12 for CMC Members | $15 for non-members - Tickets available at door, subject to avaiablitly. 

**Please note, the CMC will also be presenting the Banff Mountain Film Festival in March 2019 at the Paramount theatre in Denver

Thank you to Crazy Mountain Brewery for sponsoring the fall stop of the tour in Golden! 

SAME FILM LINEUP EACH NIGHT for the fall stop of tour. The spring stop in Denver has different films each night.

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Surf the Line: 
For The Flying Frenchies, thinking out of the box isn’t a choice – it’s a way of life.

Iceland. A cold, rugged and forbidding landscape where powerful rivers plunge through bedrock gorges, over massive waterfalls toward the sea. A crew of French kayakers travel here to ask the question, “Why? Why do we do this?”

2.5 Million: 
American skier Aaron Rice sets out to ski 2.5 million, human-powered, vertical feet in the backcountry and set a new world record.

Winter on the Blade: 
It’s not the tallest mountain in the world, it’s not even the tallest in Australia, but fewer people get to the summit of Tasmania’s Federation Peak these days than get to the summit of Mt Everest. And Mark Savage and his intrepid team of climbers hope to summit during the wettest winter on record.

Imagination: Tom Wallisch: 
Have you ever been that little kid sitting in the back seat of your parents car, wishing you were somewhere else? So you imagine a skier on the side of the road, your fingers commanding back flips and roof drops, improbable rail slides and huge airs. Well what if your imagination came to life?


Where the Wild Things Play: 
There's an ongoing dialogue of asking why aren't there more females in the adventure industry? Whether it’s in big mountain skiing, climbing, or whitewater kayaking. Well it's about time we found out Where The Wild Things Play.

Searching for Christmas Tree: 
A university teacher breaks free from a life of routine in China and embarks on a quest to climb a mysterious frozen waterfall that no one knows about.

Having to endure particularly adverse conditions preventing this team of skiers access onto the Tsirku Glacier at the Yukon/Alaskan border, the athletes face bigger obstacles once at the base of their mountain, Corrugated. Mammoth cornices block their intended lines and mountain guide Sam Anthmatten helps them find a way onto the snowy spine wall.

Dreamride 2:
Poetic, artistic, and inspiring, ride along with us as we traverse volcanic fields, explore hidden lava caves, and race down rivers of ice.

Maureen Beck has never let the fact that she is missing her lower left arm hold her back from climbing. She doesn’t want to be considered a good one-armed climber, or a good female climber…she just wants to be a plain good climber.