How to Climb a Mountain

How to Climb a Mountain

| 29 min
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In this short documentary vignette, members of the Alpine Club of Canada display their skill and talk to host Fred Davis about why they climb. The film take us to a ten-thousand-foot peak in Yoho National Park, a practice slope on Grouse Mountain near Vancouver, and a steep precipice known as Devil's Leap, providing ample scope for a demonstration of mountain climbing.

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Credits
  • director
    Walford Hewitson
  • producer
    Robert Anderson
  • photography
    Len Chatwin
    Donald Wilder
  • editing
    Marion Meadows
    David Mayerovitch
  • host
    Fred Davis

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