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BaseCamp Hosts: The Best Worst Climbing Film - "Take it to the Limit"

April 15, 2019

What makes a "great" bad climbing film??  The inevitable lightning storm?  The rope not tied to harness?  The absurd dynamic movement?  The not at all survivable falls?  The gloves!?!?  

"What makes a "great" bad climbing film??"

We all love critiquing the technicalities of climbing in Hollywood, so come join the BaseCamp community in embracing the horrendous portrayals of climbing at our upcoming Member Appreciation Party.  We'll be showing "Take it to the Limit", summed up by IMBD as "A troubled teenager joins a group of rock climbers and is quickly forced into a death-defying adventure." Who can turn that solid storyline down?  Plus, some scenes were shot locally up at Donner summit, we'll be serving up classic movie snacks and its FREE for members.  

This Thursday, April 18th from 7-9pm.

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