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Backcountry Film Festival Returns to Coeur d'Alene


ICL, Friends of the Scotchman Peaks Wilderness and Winter Wildlands Alliance are teaming up once again to celebrate winter with an evening of backcountry, human-powered recreation.

When Fri Feb 08, 2013
from 07:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Where Eagles Club, 209 Sherman Ave, downtown Coeur d'Alene
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Contact Phone 208.265.9565
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It's winter in North Idaho and time for the return of the Winter Wildlands Backcountry Film Festival.

Join ICL, the Friends of the Scotchman Peaks Wilderness and Winter Wildland Alliance for one night only at the Eagles in downtown Coeur d'Alene. The evening of films highlights the fun and excitement of human-powered winter recreation.

Still from the Backcountry Film Festival

Last year the festival nearly sold out—it was standing room only—so be sure to get to the Eagles early for your tickets to see these unique films. Doors open at 6 pm and the films roll at 7. Tickets are just $7 at the door and include a chance to win one of several great door prizes.

Check out the trailer here!

Now in its 8th world tour, the festival highlights efforts to conserve and preserve winter landscapes for quiet users. The festival has grown from a single showing in Boise to more than 100 shows around the United States and the world. 

Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education will be present at the festival with information about its outdoor education programs. We'll also have drawings for great raffle prizes, and a no-host bar is available.

If you can't make the Coeur d'Alene showing, you have one last chance to catch the films in North Idaho at the Bonners Ferry showing on February 22.

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