The history of climbing told by climbers. Featuring films, authors, artists and more. The climbing event not to be missed. One price gets you three very full days. Pre-register is closed, tickets available at the door!
On Friday climbers involved in all aspects of film making will discuss the process of capturing the climbing experience on film. Roger Brown will show Sentinel, The West Face and discuss its production along with Royal Robbins and Tom Frost.
Tom Frost and Jim Erickson will discuss the making of Free Climb and Peter Mortimer and Nick Rosen of Sender Films will discuss and show their work.
Fred Padula will show the newly restored classic El Capitan, and discuss its creation. Fred will also show his recent documentary about the making of El Capitan to close the evening.
The Granite Crucible, a Circle of Friends
On Saturday there will be a large list of speakers who will be talking about the community and the evolution of free climbing in Yosemite. Yosemite climbers of record will discuss their free climbing accomplishments and development in relation to the natural and human resources unique to Yosemite.
Speakers are: Eric Beck, Joe Fitschen, Royal Robbins, Jim Bridwell, Peter Haan, Barry Bates, Roger Breedlove, John Long, Dean Fidelman, Peter Croft, Alex Honnold, Steve Wunsch and Tommy Caldwell.
Speakers are subject to change.
Standing Our Ground, Preserving Camp 4
On Sunday sit back and enjoy the conversation that takes us to the value and significance of Camp 4 and its preservation will be discussed in detail with speakers to include: Doug Robinson, Glen Denny, Tom Frost, Chris Jones and Dick Duane.
More speakers will be added to the program as we receive confirmation and updates. We have room for a thousand, so please spread the word. This will be a fantastic historical gathering.