WATCH PARTY: Here’s What It’s Like to Run Mount Tahoma’s 93-Mile Wonderland Trail . . . Blind.  

Join a live screening on April 10 of a new short film following blind trail runner Dan Berlin as he attempts to circumnavigate Tahoma (Mt. Rainier).

Photo: Nick Danielson

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Dan Berlin, co-founder and president of Team See Possibilities, has never let his blindness dictate what he can do. He’s climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, run the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, traversed the Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim, as well as dozens of other endurance events. 

In 2021, with two of his best friends, Charles and Brad, acting as guides, Berlin took on one of his biggest challenges yet: the Wonderland Trail, a three-day, 93-mile circumnavigation of Washington’s largest volcano, Tahoma (Mt. Rainier). 

On April 10, 2022, Team See Possibilities will team up with Aspire Adventure Running to host an exclusive online screening of Every Root, Every Rock, a new film by Nick Danielson about the attempt. Dan Berlin, his running guides, and the filmmaker will be (virtually) present for the screening and live conversation about the film. The panel will delve into the backstory behind Dan’s attempt, discuss the mission of Team See Possibilities, and offer a live Q&A. 

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Dan Berlin (center, blue shirt) during his attempt of the Wonderland Trail in Washington State.
(Photo: Nick Danielson)

This special event is free, but RSVP is required. Participants will be invited to contribute to Team See’s Scholarship program for the visually impaired. 

Virtual Event Details

  • What: Screening Plus Live Conversation of Every Root, Every Rock
  • When: April 10, 2022 5:30pm-6:30pm PT 
  • Where: Online 
  • How: RSVP for free.

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About Aspire Adventure Running 

Aspire Adventure Running organizes multi-day running adventures through the pristine wilderness of Cascadia and Northern California. Their team pairs logistical and emergency support with a playful après culture… cue up the warm tents, delicious meals, and welcoming community for an unforgettable backcountry running experience. 

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