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Adaptive Climbing Film Screening

The San Diego Chapter of the American Alpine Club will host a screening of the short climbing film Adaptive, which documents an all-adaptive ascent of a classic and remote Canadian climbing route.

The San Diego Chapter of the American Alpine Club will host a screening of the short climbing film Adaptive, which documents the first all-adaptive ascent of the über classic and deeply remote Lotus Flower Tower (5.10+) in Canada's Cirque of the Unclimbables.

Jim Ewing (a Sterling Rope engineer and below-the-knee amputee) and Maureen Beck (a professional climber who was born without her left hand), show viewers that the ability to adapt is universal and a common thread that unites us.

Both Jim and Maureen will be here for the event, and Jim will be teaching a Rope 101 clinic, covering the topics of rope production and retirement. After the film, we will have a Q&A with Jim and Maureen (come prepared with questions) and a raffle supporting the American Alpine Club and Paradox Sports.

Check out the trailer for the film here.

Event Details

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Date + Time

Start: September 22nd, 2019 06:00 pm
End: September 22nd, 2019 09:00 pm

Location

Mesa Rim Coworking Center
10070 Mesa Rim Rd
San Diego, CA 92121

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