July 24, 2014
07:00 pm - 09:30 pm
The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center
7700 Sand Point Way NE
The Mountaineers invites you to bring the outdoors in with the BeWild Speaker and Film Series. This series will inspire the everyday adventurer to explore, discover and conserve the wild spaces of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Through stories of passion and adventure we will enable and encourage the community — especially the next generation — to get outside, seek adventure, connect with nature and be inspired to care for the wild places where we play. Explore the outdoors differently.
Be ambitious — exploring America’s wild places.
Meet world–renowned wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick (frequent contributor to National Geographic and author of The Wolverine Way) and photographer Steven Gnam as they explore the astonishing wonders of a very special public lands treasure in the northern Rocky Mountains. Steven Gnam will take us into the very heart and soul of the wildest Rockies: Having explored the area since he was a young child, he’s traveled by foot, ski, crampon, and bike — even at times snorkeling alongside trout under bone–chilling water–across thousands of miles to showcase the spirit of a region called the Crown of the Continent.
Series subscription now available; single tickets released June 26, 2014.