LANDER, WY—The National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) is excited to announce its second Exploration Film Tour. Come celebrate the wonder of the outdoors through film! The Exploration Film Tour is a series of free events hosted by NOLS featuring six outstanding short films including An American Ascent (Distill, 2013). In 2016, the Exploration Film Tour will share stories that aim to inspire adventurers to pursue their dreams, from reaching remote summits, to paddling the world's oceans, or just exploring their own backyard.Watch the trailer to learn more about this year’s film tour! NOLSies not able to make a showing can follow the Exploration Film Tour as it travels by searching #NOLSfilmtour.
This year’s Exploration Film Tour will kick-off with a visit to the Pacific Northwest in March, then head to the Midwest in April. Events are free and open to the public. See below for tour dates:
Since legendary mountaineer Paul Petzoldt founded the school in 1965, more than 285,000 students have graduated from the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), the leader in wilderness education. Whether through field-based courses offered in some of the most awe-inspiring locations in the world or classroom-based courses, the school provides transformative educational experiences to students of all ages. Graduates emerge as active leaders with lifelong environmental ethics and outdoor skills. To discover the NOLS experience or to bring a course to your business or organization, call (800) 710-NOLS (6657) or visit www.nols.edu.