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Duration: ~1hr

Available until August 31, 2024, 11pm MT


Inspire and educate your classroom! This one-hour program focuses on the next generation of leaders in the outdoors. Perseverance, grit, and a love of wild places are hallmarks of these amazing individuals.


Wood Hood – 17 min

15-year-old DeVaughn craves a “quiet place” to escape the chaos and noise of his home in New York City, and from the kids that steal from him. Witness what is possible when kids are given the opportunity to be surrounded by the calm and stillness of nature on a weekend-long group camping trip with Camping to Connect. 

ASCEND: Reframing Disability in the Outdoors – 12 min **film contains coarse language**

Vasu Sojitra and his two friends, Emily Zynobia and Zahan Billimoria set out to ski Mt. Moran, and in the process reshape the conversation around disability in the outdoors. 

Breaking Trail – 30 min

Emily Ford sets out with a borrowed sled dog to become the first woman and person of colour to thru-hike the 1900km Ice Age Trail in winter. As the journey tests their endurance, the duo embraces the unexpected kindness of strangers, and in the process warms the hearts and minds of people across the nation.

DeVaughn (15) from New York City craves a "quiet place" to escape the chaos of his home, the city, and kids that steal from him. On a weekend-long group camping trip, we witness the joy and growth that is possible when kids have an opportunity to find that "quiet place".

  • Year
    2021
  • Runtime
    16:32
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Alexander Cullen
  • Producer
    Resonant Pictures, Alexander Cullen, Andy Isaacson, Manny Almonte