WELL WORN LIFE WITH DANI REYES-ACOSTA

About the Film

Action, Adventure | 6 MIN | US

Well Worn Life is a short documentary film series that reveals the recipes of outdoor-minded individuals who love life deeply and live it to the fullest extent. Dani Reyes-Acosta is a mountain athlete, land cultivator and storyteller whose path consistently seeks the limits of possibility. Reyes-Acosta is constantly moving through the landscapes of Southwest Colorado — by bike, on foot, on splitboard and clinging to the side of a boulder — to see where she fits into it.


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