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Movie Night

$10 per adult, $5 per student 9-21, under 8 years old free

Gorging (Colorado Premiere)
(90 minutes; 2013) Brian Olliver
Gorging is a feature documentary about the sport of canyoneering, its pioneers and participants.Gorging is the portrait of canyoneering. Told from four very different perspectives - a guidebook author, photographer, guru and weekend warrior - each offers a unique take on the emerging sport. Exploring the remote canyons of the American Southwest, Gorging examines the discovery, growth, accidents, environmental impact and future of canyoneering. As the extreme sport of canyoneering grows and the mainstream takes it on, what will be the future of a historically 'secret' sport?

Last of the Great Unknown
(22:53 minutes; 2012) Dan Ransom
The Grand Canyon is an immense place, almost unfathomable in scale, and one of the last places in the American West to be explored. Deep within this vast wilderness are secret and intimate tributaries rarely visited by man, hiding some of the Canyon's most remarkable features. The barrier to entry is steep. To explore them, one must have knowledge of backpacking, pack rafting, rappelling, anchor building and off-trail navigation. “The Last of the Great Unknown” is the story of these slots, the canyoneers who systematically explored their drainages, and the secrets hidden deep within their walls.

Canyoning Ouray
(10:30 minutes; 2013) Ira Lewis
Sample some of Ouray’s best canyons. 10 Canyoning Routes in 7 Drainages in Ouray, Colorado. Original footage from 2008 & 2009 updated with new canyons in 2012.

Stop Canyoning
(2:39 minutes; 2012) Joe Budgen
Stop Motion Canyoning video..
A Canyon that should take 2hrs took us 8hrs while making this video. Cold water.. multiple swims with lots of camera equipment.. Changing light.. Deep dark shadows and burnt out sunny bits...These are some of the problems faced by the Stop Motion Canyoner.

A cash bar, snacks, and posters will be available.

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  • Doug Van E.

    3 great movies - Ouray, a history of canyoneering in America and look at canyoneering in America's largest canyon, the Grand. Oh yeah, that was also a cute little 2 minute flick about Australia.

    August 17, 2013

  • Jerry Y.

    Excellent films. Great job of bringing them to town, Greg and Connie.

    August 16, 2013

  • Jerry Y.

    Looking to share my camp site...... I'm pitching my tent at the 4J+1+1 campground in town. it's located apx. 4 blocks from the park. They informed me that there is.... room for two tents. $25/day hot showers, laundry,electric and water at site...Contact me at[masked] If you'd be interested in pitching your tent and splitting the cost.

    August 13, 2013

  • Dean S.

    Knee problems. Won't be going to Ouray.

    August 12, 2013

  • brian

    Greg Foy - thanks for bringing all these canyoneering films together for one night! Should be an awesome show.

    1 · August 7, 2013

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