This great 10-minute film directed by Evan Kay details Colorado climber Joe Mills' efforts to find and free a 1,500-foot 5.14 climb in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, with Jesse Zacher. Will they send? You'll have to watch to find out.


Previous Comments

Given enough bolts and aid essentially anything is climbable. Joe Mills is climbing for the right reasons by pushing his limits while respecting ethics and style.

Ken Aho - 05/05/2014 10:13:30

what great ethics these guys have, Im a Colorado local n seeing guys with this mindset reminds me why I love climbing and living here in the epic state of Colorado

james mcintyre - 04/23/2014 10:10:10


Deeebo - 04/19/2014 1:12:38

Directors Note: The underlying message of my film is about ethics and what it means to be an integral climber in today's society. The film speaks specifically to climber/park staff relationships and the heated debate on bolting and climbing style. With so many kids learning how to climb in the gym, the traditional values and ethics are being lost. Please share this film with your local climbing community. Thank you for watching, Evan Kay

Evan Kay - 04/18/2014 12:53:27