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Backcountry Film Festival @ The Mont Shop Canberra

August 04, 2016

Backcountry Film Festival @ The Mont Shop Canberra

The Mont Shop in Canberra, supported by Main Range Backcountry, is hosting a Backcountry Film Festival on the 11th of August on the Mont Big Screen.

The night will feature a collection of short films from the backcountry; snow beyond the ski lifts. From Iceland, to Japan, to Mexico & more, epic powder days, gruelling ascents and endless turns back down.

Tickets are available from the Mont Shop in Fyshwick and are only a gold coin (you can give more) that will go to the Mountain Critter Cause, a fundraiser to protect the Mountain Pygmy Possum.

Tickets are limited and will go quickly, so hurry in to avoid disappointment!

Plus we have lucky door prizes including the chance to win a two day avalanche awareness course valued at $300 with Main Range Backcountry.

WHEN 6pm Thursday 11 August
WHERE The Mont Shop Fyshwick Big Screen
18 Pirie St Fyshwick ACT 2609
PHONE 02 6162 1661
EMAIL shop@mont.com.au

Visit the Mont Shop Canberra for a complete range of backcountry & AT gear, expert advice & mountain knowledge.

Backcountry Film Festival at the Mont Shop in Canberra. Poster. Photos by Tony Wehr of Doug Chatten in the backcountry, NSW Snowy Mountains

Header image from The Weight of Winter by Ben Sturgulewski


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