A Climber’s Guide to the 2015 5Point Film Festival

The 2013 Live Enormocast at Steve’s Guitars.

The 2015 5Point Film Festival is almost here, and this year’s event is packed with climbing action. The weekend can be overwhelming with so much going on, here’s what you want to make sure you don’t miss on the climbing front:

The Enormocast – LIVE!

Friday 10am @ Bonfire Coffee – FREE!

You’ve been captivated by his sultry voice and astounding insights, now come see the man behind the Enormocast work his magic live with several special guests. This is a perfect way to start the weekend, sipping some delicious coffee, perhaps with a tasty pastry, and your favorite climbing spray.


Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia & Drawn by Jeremy Collins

Saturday 2pm-4pm – $12

Jeff Lowe’s feature length film, Metanoia takes us through heartache, hard knocks, a culminating climb and a fight for his life. Battling a neuromuscular disease, Jeff Lowe continues to be an inspiration for so many while still leading an adventurous life. Jeff will be in attendance.

Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia – Official Trailer (HD) from Jeff Lowe on Vimeo.

DRAWN is a four-year project by Jeremy Collins, weaving together his art, storytelling and film making.  It chronicles his journeys, setting off in the four cardinal directions, searching for a vision and grieving the loss of dear friends.  Jeremy will be present at this screening and copies of DRAWN, the newly published book, will be available for sale after the show.

Drawn trailer from Jeremy Collins on Vimeo.

Yosemite Sunday

Sunday – 2pm – $12

This is going to be awesome, Tommy Caldwell, Lynn Hill and other special guests for the final event of the weekend!


Plus there’s the Dirtbag Diaries live on Saturday, a slew of great climbing films each night and all the other awesomeness you can find at 5Point. See you there!

Locals Corner

Bulldog Creek Dog Walk (IV WI 4+)

Hayden Carpenter and Tom Bohanon recently repeated an obscure ice climb on the south side of Mt Sopris. Given a brief mention in Jack Robert’s ice guide, Bulldog Creek Walk is described as being 100 meters of WI 4. What they found was seven pitches of ice in a remote setting that makes for one […]

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