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  • “The Trail to Kazbegi” (Photo credit: Joey Schusler)

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    “Sonnie Trotter vs. Totem Pole” (Photo credit: Cameron Maier/Bearcam Media)

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    “Not2Bad” (Photo credit: Sterling Lorence)

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    “Locked In” (Photo credit: Reel Water Productions)

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    “Fledglings” (Photo credit: Taylor Keating)

  • “The Trail to Kazbegi” (Photo credit: Joey Schusler)

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    “Sonnie Trotter vs. Totem Pole” (Photo credit: Cameron Maier/Bearcam Media)

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    “Not2Bad” (Photo credit: Sterling Lorence)

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    “Locked In” (Photo credit: Reel Water Productions)

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    “Fledglings” (Photo credit: Taylor Keating)

IF YOU GO

Radical Reels Film Tour

Friday, Oct. 13

Kroc Center, 1765 Golf Course Road, Coeur d’Alene.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with showtime at 7

$15 in advance and $19 at the door

Advance tickets can be purchased in Coeur d’Alene at Tri-State Outfitters, 6275 N. Sunshine St.; Burger Express, 715 Sherman Ave.; Camera Corral, 515 Sherman Ave.; Vertical Earth, 1323 Sherman Ave.; and in Hayden at Two Wheeler Dealer, 9551 U.S. 95.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Kroc Center’s Third- Grade Swim Program.

Professional climbers, free-falling flyers, bicycling shenanigans in Spain, wilderness camping in Alaska and cyclists wheeling through a wild mountain range.

The wildest high adrenaline films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival are coming to Coeur d’Alene.

The Radical Reels Tour returns to the Lake City on Friday, Oct. 13, with a special screening of eight high action sports films at the Kroc Center, 1765 Golf Course Road.

“There is no better way to get stoked about skiing, bicycling, riding or climbing,” say local organizers of the film tour presentation.

In its fifth year in Coeur d’Alene, Radical Reels offers footage of adventure sports as seen through the eyes of today’s top athletes and adventure sport filmmakers.

Viewers will experience “Locked In,” filmed deep in Papua New Guinea’s rainforest, where a team of kayakers attempt the first descent of the Beriman River. Sheer canyon walls rising from one of the deepest gorges in the South Pacific, no escape and escalating water levels push the team to the edge in a 13-day descent.

“La Liste” features Swiss ski phenom Jeremie Heitz who details a list of the most interesting peaks to ride in the Alps.

In “Sonnie Trotter vs. The Totem Pole,” Canadian climbers Sonnie Trotter and Will Stanhope head down under to take a stab at the first continuous, all free ascent of the Ewbank Route on The Totem Pole.

The Radical Reels Tour, presented by The Banff Centre, continues to push boundaries with the best action sports films from the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival.

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