Set in the wonderful and wild lands of the Argentinian Patagonia, this trekking expedition travels you through the unspoiled nature of Cerro El Tronador, the highest mountain of the National Park Nahuel Huapi.
Wasatch Mountain Film Festival
Outdoor Sports at Wasatch Mountain Film Festival
The hosts and organizers of the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival seek to ultimately raise questions about how human interact with their environment, so alongside the film screenings, spectators will have the opportunity to attend a series of interactive panel talks, presentations, outdoor programming and free community events.
A total of 34 films will be showcased, 13 of which premieres. Six different venues around the area will be opening their doors to the films and viewers. Park City, the University of Utah, Brewvies, Jordan Commons, and the South Towne Expo Center are some of the festival venues. For information about the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival venues, daily program and opening hours, click here.
Of the six awards given at the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival, the crowd has a voice too! The People’s Choice Award will go to the crowd’s favorite. Other categories include Cinematography, Environmental Awareness, Rising Photographer, as well as the Mallory Award, going to an outstanding individual featured in a film and the Shane McConkey Award going to the best adventure short film.
All films to be screened have a special message to pass on and an even more special story to share. To find out more about the featured films click here.
Festival passes are available online and cost only $15. To buy yours now, click here. Hurry up and secure your seat to this amazing event up on the majestic Wasatch Mountains.
See you there!