The Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary with unique films aimed to inspire winter adventurers to seek the snow less traveled. The festival was created in 2004 to highlight Winter Wildlands Alliance’s efforts to preserve and promote winter landscapes for human-powered users. From a single showing in Boise that first year, the festival has grown to include showings in locations throughout the United States and Canada and now in Antarctica, Europe, Australia and Asia. Funds raised stay in local communities to support like-minded, human-powered recreation and conservation efforts and to raise awareness of winter management issues, avalanche training/safety and winter education programs.
All entry donations plus a portion of all Aslan sales during the event will go to support the Mt Baker SnowSchool, an applied science program in the mountains for grades 6-12. SnowSchool is an unforgettable winter adventure that combines hands-on science education with snowshoe powered exploration.
Entry fee is a suggested $5 donation (give what you can, we won't judge!). Enjoy delicious organic brews and films about the human powered experience while donating to a good cause - giving all of our kids a fun, active winter learning opportunity on the mountain!