How can I?

Enock Glidden climbing Astroman Route on Washington Column. Photo by Craig Muderlak.

It is the question Enock Glidden has answered time and time again throughout his life living with Spina Bifida. Inspired by the loss of his friend, Nick Hall, on Mt Rainier, Enock has chosen to answer that question yet again. He has made it his mission to live a life of adventure and find ways to achieve his goals.

After completing an ascent of Zodiac route on El Capitan he is sharing his story through storytelling and his movie titled Enock. This captivating movie tells a story of how nothing is impossible and how a community can accomplish great things when they all come together. Through his stories and personal philosophies, he answers this question.

Join him as he tells his story and inspires us all to ask, How can I?

WHERE: TELLURIDE DISTILLING COMPANY | Mountain Village Tasting Room

WHEN: Thursday, October 3. Meet and Greet 6:30 PM. Presentation at 7 PM

LIVE MUSIC & PARTY TO FOLLOW THE PRESENTATION

Enock Glidden climbing Zodiac Route on El Capitan. Photo by Craig Muderlak.

Donations will be accepted at the event. All proceeds will be split between the GoHawkeye Foundation and Enock Glidden. Enock is raising money for his next adventure.

After my friend Nick Hall lost his life while performing his duties as a rescue ranger on Mt Rainier, I decided I wanted to see the same views for myself. I asked the question of how can I and found paradox sports through a Google search. I am now finally ready to make an attempt at the summit of Rainier and am raising money to make that happen.

Enock Glidden

The GoHawkeye Foundation enables adaptive athletes to live more independent lives through outdoor recreation. All donations go to purchase adaptive sports equipment and experiences for individuals with disabilities.

Enock

Trailer for a full-length documentary by filmmaker Craig Mederlak.

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