Women Outward Bound Trailer

Women Outward Bound Trailer (2016)

"It was tough. It was beautiful. It changed these girls in 1965 forever." 10 April 2016 Factual 66 mins

Fifty years ago girls were not allowed to participate in the Outward Bound Wilderness School. But that all changed in 1965 when a Minnesota Outward Bound class was opened to young women. At a time when girls should have been honing their housekeeping skills, 24 courageous young women took the challenge of a month of outdoor survival. This moment changed them and the Outward Bound program forever. Through interviews, footage of the Boundary Waters both then and now, and a heartwarming reunion, this documentary tells the story of these pioneering women.

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