Two to Try

This Saturday (July 25): Eagle Valley Land Trust hosts a hike through Eagle's Brush Creek Ranch & Open Space, Teton Gravity Research debuts a mountain biking film at The Amp

By Staff July 14, 2020

Catching thin air at Invermere, British Columbia, a still from Teton Gravity Research's MTB film, Accomplice, screening at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater July 25

On Saturday, July 25, Teton Gravity Research will host the Vail Valley premiere of Accomplice, a film allowing those recently released from the strictures of in-home confinement, thanks to a countywide relaxing of public health restrictions, to vicariously travel the globe in pursuit of two-wheeled adventures, albeit at a social distance on the great lawn of the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., film starts at 6:30 p.m., $10 (adults), $5 (kids) purchase tickets here.

And watch the trailer here: 

Community Land Connection Series Guided Hike

Start the day off on Saturday (8 - 11 a.m.) with a free three-mile guided hike through Eagle's Brush Creek Ranch, a 1,540-acre parcel Eagle County acquired from a developer in 2017. Kathy Heichler from Eagle County Historical Society and Peter Suneson from Eagle County Open Space will lead the hike/tour, discussing the property's history, and how it came to be permanently preserved as an open space thanks to a partnership between the Town of Eagle, Eagle Ranch, and the Eagle Valley Land Trust. Come dressed for the weather, with a face covering and hand sanitizer. Reserve your spot by e-mailing [email protected].

Brush Creek Ranch & Open Space


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