Thunderbird Stone-Rudy ReimerFirst Recorded Ascent of Mount Seymour-Charles ChapmanEarly Vancouver’s Mountaineering Leader-Tom FylesSolving the Puzzle of Mystery Mountain-Don and Phyllis MundayI’d Love to Live Those Years All Over Again-Howard RodeNow That’s Ingenuity-Fred WilliamsThe Climber’s Guide to the Coastal Ranges-Dick CulbertAdventure Implies an Element of Risk-Glenn WoodsworthThe Avalanche and the Porridge Pot-Alice PurdeyFor the Want of a Down Jacket-Martin and Esther Kafer
Portrait of Glenn Woodsworth. Hamish Mutch Photo.


Adventure Implies an Element of Risk

Glenn Woodsworth

Born into a mountaineering family, Glenn Woodsworth began climbing at an early age. During the summer of 1962, at the age of 19, he joined three partners in making between 30 and 40 first ascents as well as repeat ascents of major mountains. Glenn’s fascination with mountains eventually led him to a doctorate in geology – and a career with the Geological Survey of Canada.

A film about one climber’s thoughts about the significance of mountaineering.Video 16 MB / 3:15 min