Study Abroad

Spring break is known as a time for college kids to let loose and get wild during their week of freedom from classes. But for

Legacy on the Muir

Tom Herbert revisits his father’s historic first ascent on the Muir Wall of El Capitan in attempt to set a speed record on the original

Father Nature

The Turner family has guided the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park for over a 100 years. Like all of us who go to

Embracing the Grim

After conquering massive alpine walls together, Fay and Line head north to the ephemeral Scottish land of mixed climbing. The objectives are ambitious and the

Bears Ears: Echoes of Time

Stunning, sacred, and threatened: embark on a visual journey through the vibrant deserts, rich forests, and ancient ruins of the region of southeastern Utah known

Backyard Bikepacking

Not all adventures need to be epic multi-day excursions halfway around the world. Human Powered Movement Founder and Head Enabler, Adam Bratton, had his own

Flowing Air

Lane Lamoreaux was seriously injured in a paragliding accident and over a five year period he struggles to get his old life back again. As


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Lookout Mountain is an iconic part of the skyline from most anywhere in Chattanooga. We like to think the mountain reminds us to look out at the world around us. To look outside our daily routine for joy and adventure. And to look out for the natural environment that’s threatened. Those things make the foundation of the Lookout Wild Film Festival.

“When you think about the very short list of things that are the most Chattanooga thing ever, this is right at the top. it’s really the soul of what Chattanooga is.”

~Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly, 2023

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