As the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF) 2020 wraps up this weekend, climbers will be treated to a number of great films and speakers.
On Friday, you can catch a number of climbing films at the Rox Theatre, including Gone Tomorrow: Kentucky Ice Climbing, Pacific Lines and Climbing Blind. For more details see here. Award-winning photographer Corey Rich has been documenting adventure sports for over three decades, and he loves to tell stories. You can catch him at the Centennial Theatre on Saturday, more details here.
And on Sunday, top Canadian climber Sonnie Trotter will be speaking at the Richmond Oval where there’ll also be a beer garden and other films, including The Terminator about Allison Vest climbing V13. More info here. Among other major climbs, Trotter made the first ascent of Cobra Crack 5.14 trad in Squamish, The Path 5.14R trad at Back of the Lake and Forever Expired 5.14d (unrepeated) in Ontario.
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A happy moment in Montserrat. I’ve been back in Canada for a week now, heading to #Vancouver soon for @thevimff (which has already started) and really excited to share some stories for the night on March 1st. Link in bio. Hope to see some of you there and fingers crossed for good climbing weather🤞🌤🍻 #rockclimbing in #Spain and #beyond @patagonia_climb