Women at Work Film

Bozeman Rock Climbing Festival

In summer 2010, Lorna Illingworth, Madaleine Sorkin, and Emily Wolfe spent 25 days living at the base of Mount Proboscis, a sheer 2000-foot granite wall in northern Canada’s Cirque of the Unclimbables. Their goal was to free the original route, established in 1963 by Royal Robbins, Layton Kor, Jim McCarthy and Dick McCracken. Illingworth, Sorkin, and Wolfe freed four new pitches on the steepest part of the original route, which they named Women at Work (5.12 R).

Inspiring film!  Premiered at the Bozeman Ice Climbing Festival in 2010, and has also been shown at the London Alpine Club and the Women’s Adventure Film Festival. Its fantastic soundtrack features all climber-musicians including O-Dub, Jessica Kilroy and Yogesh Simpson.

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