Thu, Sep 7 7:30 pm

The Women’s Adventure Film Tour is a celebration of the inspiring women around us who are doing extraordinary things in the name of adventure. Every year, our selection of unique films is carefully chosen to show awesome women achieving their personally adventurous goals. Being adventurous doesn’t always have to mean being the fastest, going the highest, or doing the most extreme things. Adventure for most of us is stepping outside our comfort zone and climbing our own personal Everest. The films showcase real stories about women from a variety of cultures and sports around the world.

BELOW SURFACE follows longboard surfer Lucy Small as she grasps the baton from the renegades who fought for equal opportunity in the world of surfing decades before her.

ALL IN A short documentary about women’s experiences in the snow sports industry. This film is a starting point. It’s where we begin the conversation. It’s not all that needs to be done so we’ll keep asking questions, learning, and making change.

THIS IS BETH Rock climber Beth Rodden is one of the most prolific athletes in climbing history, with multiple free ascents of El Capitan and first ascents of cutting edge lines to her name.

MARDI & THE WHITES Mardi has a rich relationship with nature that has evolved and deepened throughout her life. In the last 20 years she’s dedicated much of her time to exploring the landscape in the White Mountains on Abenaki land. In that time Mardi summited all forty-eight 4,000 footers multiple times, often as the only Black person on the mountain.

RACING ARIZONA Liz Sampey is an international biking phenom, having made it into the record books as the fastest woman to ever complete the Arizona Trail Race. At 750 miles, Liz rode from Arizona to Utah in just over 9 days and 11 hours.

SHERI Sheri Tingey’s 60 year career as a woman who has defined the odds by starting a company at age 50 that has revolutionized the outdoor industry.

The Reel Outdoors series is sponsored by the Appalachian Mountain Club, Carlson’s Lodge, Liquid Death, and North Country Climbing Center.