Travel with all-star athletes to world-renowned locations including Jackson Hole, Chamonix, Switzerland, Bella Coola; Blue River; Mustang Lodge – British Columbia, Colorado and beyond. (Matt Hardy)

Travel with all-star athletes to world-renowned locations including Jackson Hole, Chamonix, Switzerland, Bella Coola; Blue River; Mustang Lodge – British Columbia, Colorado and beyond. (Matt Hardy)

Gorgeous scenery and exhilarating action in Warren Miller’s winter sports film ‘Timeless’ in Chilliwack

The 70th installment in the film series, Timeless confirms that the joys of winter are eternal

Few films can truly capture the beauty of winter sports but Timeless does just that with stunning shots of athletes and landscapes.

Presented by Warren Miller Entertainment, the film Timeless highlights exhilarating winter sports and it’s coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

Celebrating being the 70th installment in the film series, Timeless confirms that the joys of winter are eternal.

Since Warren Miller started making ski films in 1949, much of the world has changed, but the passion of snow riders across the globe has stayed the same. Timeless captures the enduring spirit of winter and gives a nod to the past seven decades of ski cinematography, while still looking towards the future.

“It’s incredible, looking at the fact that this is number 70,” says narrator Jonny Moseley. “Every year I still get that same feeling I got when I was a kid watching ski movies. I enjoy watching them now more than ever, and that is what Timeless celebrates.”

Whether you have an interest in skiing yourself, or would rather sit back and revel in the beauty of winter’s frozen landscapes, Timeless is sure to amaze all viewers with its gorgeous scenery and exhilarating action.

Join Warren Miller Entertainment as they take you on a journey around the globe showcasing the mountains of British Columbia to the steeps of the Colorado Rockies to the rooftop of the European Alps.

Along for the ride are more new athletes than ever before, including female phenom and Jackson Hole’s 2019 Queen of Corbet’s Caite Zeliff, Olympic mogul skier Jaelin Kauf, Baker Boyd, Connery Lundin, Austin Ross, and Canadian World Cup ski racer Erik Mielzynski.

Plus, returning to the screen are industry veterans Rob DusLauriers, Lorraine Huber, Tyler Ceccanti, Marcus Caston, Amie Engerbretson, and Forrest Jillson, as well as ski legend Glen Plake.

Getting out and exploring will be even easier with the avalanche of door prizes audience members will have a chance to win just by attending. From adventure gear and equipment from local businesses, to life passes, the adventure doesn’t have to stop when the film does.

Warren Miller’s Timeless is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Centre Box Office, online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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