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#ORShow, #ORSummer, Business, Uncategorized / 04.08.2012

After the blistering heat of a long summer day, the cool water of Jordanelle Reservoir offered tremendous relief and an excellent day of paddling at the Open Air Demo during the 2012 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. In anticipation of four days indoors doing business at the convention center in Salt Lake City, the organizers put together this annual event to offer action shop owners and buyers the chance to play outside and try the latest in recreation equipment. Just outside of Park City, Utah incredible weather and an...

#ORShow, #ORSummer, Business / 30.07.2012

[caption id="attachment_7665" align="alignleft" width="300"] Water Stone Outdoors co-owners Kenny Parker (left) and Maura Kristler[/caption] As dealers of paddle sports and mountain gear make their way to Salt Lake City reports of their business offer a cautiously optimistic view of national sales trends. When the 2012 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market opens over the first week in August buyers will likely shift their focus from a wildly popular category in sudden decline and take a hard look at an old favorite that seems to be making a comeback. Sales of Vibram’s...

5Point, 5Point to MountainFilm Tour, Adventure Media Review, Film Review, Mountain Film, National Parks, Uncategorized / 26.07.2012

Explorer Rich Rudow enjoys a view of the Grand Canyon few human beings have ever seen. While visitors to the national park typically see this natural wonder from the top down he and his team of canyoneers offer a rare vantage point from deep within. As they make their way through a menagerie of slots and passageways the team treats moviegoers to a rare glimpse of ancient beauty in the adventure film directed by Dan Ransom called The Last of the Great Unknown. Both documentary and action film this...

#ORShow, #ORSummer, Adventure Media Review, Breaking News, Environmental Journalism, Film Festival / 26.07.2012

[caption id="attachment_7645" align="aligncenter" width="449"] Adventure filmmakers (right) Trip Jennings & Andy Maser[/caption] The movie business takes center stage with three late afternoon screenings of adventure films at the 2012 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. At OR Rocks! show attendees can take a break from the manic pace of the Salt Palace for a little entertainment while action movie producers connect and network with fans as well as potential sponsors in the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. In this classy venue right next door to the convention center OR has created...

5Point, 5Point to MountainFilm Tour, Adventure Media Review, Climbing, Film Review, Interview, National Geographic, Photography / 24.07.2012

 [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="401"] From left: Renan Ozturk, Jimmy Chin, and Conrad Anker; Photograph by Jimmy Chin[/caption]   Adventure movie fans fortunate enough to attend 5Point or Mountainfilm festivals in 2012 got a sneak peek of an amazing film project in progress. House of Cards from Camp 4 Productions details the three-year journey of climbers Jimmy Chin, Renan Ozturk, and Conrad Anker as they make an epic first ascent of the  Shark’s Fin on the 20,700-foot (6,309-meter) Meru Massif in the Garhwal Himalaya of India. With footage from two expeditions—and...

PBS, Podcast / 23.07.2012

In the fourth installment of the paddle sports film series Of Souls & Water director Skip Armstrong makes a dramatic departure from the world of kayaking in a tale of loss and redemption called The Warrior. Pro surfer Chris Peterson is fighting his way back. In this 8-minute 53-second short the healing power of water is revealed to restore the strength and courage of a man struggling against the tragic death of a loved one as well as the missed opportunities of his youth. With a narrative bent on...