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Live @ The Rose – Climbing Film Tour

May 16

Climbing Film Tour – Community Event, Film Screening and Swag Raffle Benefitting Camp Wapiyapi

The Climbing Film Tour is a unique platform for climbers and filmmakers worldwide to share their stories with the community. Every year, a selection of amazing films is chosen by our Vertical Life climbing team for a global tour, with screenings in hundreds of gyms, cinemas, and diverse locations worldwide. Please note that film lineups may vary between screenings.

A NEW LINE – LUCY STIRLINGJoin Lucy Stirling on a personal quest to rediscover her passion for outdoor climbing. Taking a break from competition, Lucy embarks on a month-long road trip to the Blue Mountains, a renowned climbing destination. Through her journey, she seeks to redefine the meaning of climbing and find deeper emotional connections in nature and her own life. Experience Lucy’s compelling story as she strives to reignite her fire and pursue her outdoor climbing goals.
IF IT’S EASY, IT’S NOT FUNLiv Sansoz, climbing World champion, and Zeb Roche, paraglider and guide, invite filmmaker and photographer Aurelie Gonin on an adventure in Jordan’s Wadi-Rum desert. Together, they aim to conquer big walls, capture breathtaking photos, and tackle the challenging Jihad wall. Follow their captivating journey through mesmerizing landscapes, exhilarating climbs, and adrenaline-pumping paragliding flights. Experience the fusion of action, culture, and friendship in “If It’s Easy, It’s Not Fun,” an ode to the thrill of adventure.
A STERLING MISSION: A WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HIGHLINING STORYJoin a tight and passionate group

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