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Screenings

100 Summits: Bulgers in a Season will have four in person screenings in June of 2024. If you’re local to the PNW, come out and enjoy this film with your fellow mountain community! Tickets available online, or at the door.

Camas, WA

Liberty Theater

315 NE 4th Ave, Camas, WA 98607

June 1, 2024 at 8:00 PM

*Live Q&A with Andrew after showing*

Seattle, WA

Varsity Theater

4329 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

June 2, 2024 at 2:00 PM

*Live Q&A with Andrew after showing*

San Luis Obispo, CA

Palm Theater

817 Palm St, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

June 7, 2024 at 7:00 PM

*Live Q&A with Andrew after showing*

Portland, OR

Mission Theater

1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209

June 9, 2024 at 2:00 PM

About The Film

Washington state is a diverse and expansive landscape. On the coast, massive waves crash into cliff-sides adorned with towering evergreens. To the east, expansive plains stretch for as far as the eye can see. Yet, look at any license plate and you’ll see the feature that Washington is truly known for: mountains. From the postcard worthy silhouette of Mt. Rainier, to the scores of peaks and sub-peaks visited only a handful of times each year, Washington contains a lifetime’s supply of mountain adventures.

This is exactly what a group of mountaineers in the 1970’s thought. The group referred to themselves as the Bulger’s, and they were the first to catalogue the state’s 100 tallest peaks. This list they established is known as the Bulger List. Until recently climbing each peak on the list was the pursuit of several decades. Enter Jason Hardrath. In 2021 Jason set the fastest known time for completing all 100 Bulger Peaks in just 50 days, 23 hours, 43 minutes. Little did he know that this wild accomplishment would inspire a much younger climber to see what he was made of.

On Sunday June 18, 2023, twenty year old Andrew Okerlund slung his pack over his shoulders, turned on his headlamp, and started into the brush of Northern Washington to climb his first Bulger Peak of the 2023 season. He wouldn’t stop for 85 days.

Meet The Film Makers

Chris Price

Hailing from Austin, TX Chris is the mastermind behind all things video production for this documentary.

Ross Wallette

Ross has almost two decades of professional photography experience and lately works as an adventure photographer and videographer in the PNW. He has currently climbed 89 of the 100 Bulgers, and summited 42 of them with Andrew.

Andrew Okerlund

If your age was based off of life experiences instead of years, Andrew would be much older than 20. Andrew is the subject of this documentary, and also generated a significant amount of the footage featured.

Photo Gallery

Credits

It really takes a village to put together a project of this magnitude. Thank you to every person and organization below that made this possible.

Climbing Partners

Andrew Okerlund, Ross Wallette, Kevin Hsu, Lucas Gibbons, Kelly Selzler, Langdon Ernest Beck, Jeff Hashimoto, Uhuru Hashimoto, Vaughn Okerlund, Zach Hein, Thomas Boyle, Coleton Pantley, Nicole Morgan, Cole Kendall, Saulius, Braciulius

Production

Range Meal Bars, Chris Price Visuals, Ridge Runner Films, Lucas Gibbons Media

Project Partners

Jason Hardrath, Human Powered Bulgers, The Mountaineers

Friends & Family

Ellen Burton, Don Okerlund