|3rd February 2024|
Tolbooth Jail Wynd, Stirling FK8 1DE
|£16.50 / £13.50|
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Paralympic gold medal-winning cyclist Karen Darke MBE shares the incredible journey of riding to ascend the iconic mountain of Kilimanjaro, with fellow Paralympic gold medallist Steve Bate MBE. With a diverse team, Wild Tracks explores themes of challenge, diversity and human potential.
This evening of film and insight will illuminate the gifts that lie within the tough-stuff of life and how we might transform what, at first, seems messy, into something rich in meaning and magic. From the physical demands of the journey to the emotional healing that mountains bring, take a journey of discovery and inspiration.
A rare opportunity to hear, first-hand, a story of resilience, transformation and human connection.
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