The annual Wydaho Adventure Film Festival takes place in the shadow the Tetons in Victor, Idaho. The festival showcases adventure films that inspire, educate and encourage making a difference, and also celebrate the local Teton culture of storytelling and adventure. The event will also feature special guests, outdoor gear giveaways, music, food, drink, lawn games and the best of Teton Valley’s nonprofit and entrepreneurial community.
The Event Schedule.
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Wydaho Waypoints Roundtable
Happy Hour with DJ
Friday Night Film Program
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Live Music/Food Trucks/Lawn Games
Saturday Film Program Begins
Note: This is a rain or shine event.
Dive in deeper behind the stories and engage in topics like self discovery, ecology, ethics, community, capitalism & much more. Wydaho Waypoints is a chance to listen to a variety of voices on topics relating to adventure and story.
Life Lessons Learned on Adventures
Jay Petervary / World renowned endurance cyclist
Mike Sunseri / The North Face endurance runner
Kait Boyle / World champion mountain biker
Kelly Halpin / Pro trail runner & illustrator
Lynsey Dyer / Pro big mountain skier
It’s no secret that elite adventurers have learned how to train their mindset in the face of adversity. But what happens when the adrenaline fades and they have to face the adventure of every day life? Come hear how each of these seasoned individuals carry this mindset into things like their careers, their relationships and their own well-being.
Tim Gruber hails from Richmond, VA and teaches 2nd and 3rd grade in Teton Valley. A lover of all adventures, he biked across America in 2018 and was a Fulbright Scholar teaching English in Malaysia in 2019 before he moved to the Tetons. He loves meeting new people, learning from new people, and sharing stories. When not in the classroom, he can be found running around Teton Valley, pouring drinks at Highpoint Cider, or working on Valley Voices, a local storytelling event that he founded in 2020.
Allie Mollenkof has spent her entire career working in the nonprofit sector, helping those in her immediate community. Studying creative writing and art in college, she developed a love for storytelling and creativity, and has dedicated herself to providing opportunities to create community within Teton Valley, specifically around arts and culture. She moved to Teton Valley in 2018 with her family from Pittsburgh, PA.
We’re firm believers in the power of story and the ability for it to bring about change for the better among people and communities. The Teton region is full of organizations and people all working to make life a better and more equitable place for those who live here, and this event will support these efforts. We have chosen three benefitting nonprofits in Teton Valley that participants will be able to support after being inspired through story
Our 2023 Benefitting Nonprofit.
Teton Valley Trails and Pathways promotes a trails and pathways connected community. The organization brings together citizens, businesses, and local governments to expand the Valley’s opportunities for outdoor recreation and nature appreciation, while linking communities, providing access to National Forest trails, and promoting healthy mountain lifestyles