Vertical Life

Introducing Vertical Life Film Tour and get 20% discount on tickets

Feature type Video

Read time 5 min read

Published May 04, 2021

Base editorial team
BASE editorial team BASE writers and editors who live and breathe adventure every day. We love adventure storytelling as much as we love adventure itself.

The Vertical Life Film Tour is an all new climbing film tour out of Australia which celebrates returning to adventure following the hibernation of the past year due to COVID-19.

The hosts of the event ADVENTURE+ have hooked our readers up with a 20% discount on all UK bought tickets, all which include the following:

Access to view the film from 8pm 14th May to 11:59pm 23rd May

30 days free of ADVENTURE+ – a subscription based video on demand platform for outdoor and adventure films

Future discounts to all Adventure Entertainment and ADVENTURE+ events

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BUY TICKETS, CLICK HERE. (USE CODE: UKVLFT20 FOR 20% DISCOUNT.)

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