`Teton Gravity’s newest film Ode To Muir “pairs professional snowboarder, adventurer and founder of Protect Our Winters Jeremy Jones with two-time Olympian Elena Hight as they embark on a 60 km human-powered expedition deep into California’s John Muir Wilderness.

Their journey balances the challenges of winter camping, gruelling climbs up the Sierra’s biggest mountains, and aesthetic first descents with personal reflections on the importance of the natural world, and sharing perspectives gleaned from what it truly means to explore a great wilderness”.

Check here for a review of the film.

The trailer is available here.

The screening

There is also an additional screening happening in Melbourne on April 30, 2019, as part of the backcountry film festival. Details here >> https://www.facebook.com/events/2120507164876756/


6 – 8pm

Saturday December 8.

Feel free to get there a bit early to have a drink and chat. Films start promptly at 6.10pm.


Loop Project Space & Bar

23 Meyers Place, Melbourne.

The films will be introduced by:

  • Josh Fletcher from Protect Our Winters Australia, and
  • Emma Wasson from the Bob Brown Foundation.


As we have limited space (90 people), tickets are by pre sale. They are $15 and available here.

Any proceeds after costs will be donated to POW.


Facebook event page available here.


We acknowledge that this event takes place on land stolen from the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, to whom sovereignty has never been ceded, and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.

LOOP Project Space & Bar is a fully accessible ground floor venue with a wheelchair accessible toilet, and an entrance door measuring 80cm. If you have any other accessibility needs please contact rachel@looponline.com.au.

LOOP is a safe and inclusive space, which means when entering the venue patrons agree to work against homophobia, sexism, racism, transphobia, ableism, and other forms of oppressive behavior. Please let the LOOP team know if this space isn’t upheld.