Wind & Rattlesnakes records the amazing story of how a cadre of world-class climbers was drawn to Lander, Wyoming by its unique geology and uncrowded climbing opportunities. The vagabond adventurers found more than just rocks, they found a home; and Lander, a quiet ranching and tourist town, evolved into one of the most welcoming climbing communities in the world.
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This film was made possible by: The International Climbers' Festival, The National Outdoor Leadership School, The Todd Skinner Program, The Wyoming Humanities Council, and The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.
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