Twelve Trail Tales

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act, a key piece of legislation that helped designate and protect many of the trails we love. Today, there are over 1,000 National Recreational Trails, 19 National Historic Trails, and 11 National Scenic Trails across the United States.…
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DamNation

In 2011, biologist Matt Stoecker and Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard found themselves at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival. Having watched the impact of dams on rivers over the years, they wanted to take transformative action to freeing rivers.  Inspired by storytelling and the power of film at the festival, DamNation was born (like many great ideas) over a few cold beers.…
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Craigslist Joe

Wikipedia defines “adventure” as: "an exciting or unusual experience. It may be bold, usually risky undertaking with an uncertain outcome" We could not find a better definition for the film, Craigslist Joe. In 2008, Joseph Garner was an assistant to director Todd Phillips on the movie The Hangover.…
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Maidentrip

Not all who wander are lost. We certainly found that to be true when we first saw Maidentrip on film festival screens last year. Born on a boat to parents sailing the world, Laura Dekker grew up on the sea. At 13, she declared to the world that she wanted to be the youngest person to sail the world solo. The world responded.…
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Mile…Mile & A Half

A merry band of creatives had a crazy idea to not only hike the entire length of the John Muir Trail, but to document it in a feature length film. From beautiful cinematography, creative art, and a wealth of quality sound, we fell in love with this well crafted story. …
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Common Ground

We are so inspired by filmmaker Alexandria Bombach whose art & craft fades behind the camera to reveal beautiful stories about real people. Her latest film is our latest pick for Movie Monday. Follow her journey @ alexandriared.tumblr.com and on instagram @alexandriajb Several ranching and farming communities living against the stunning landscape of the Rocky Mountain Front in Montana are faced with the decision of what is to become of this unprotected public land.…
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Tiny: A Story About Living Small

When we saw Tiny making the rounds at the film festivals, we were psyched. Not only because it’s a great film, but because the project, in a lot of ways, grew wildy, passionately, and sometimes uncontrollably from an idea — like so many adventures do.…
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