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HOW TO 5POINT

Full Schedule
Film List

5Point Film Festival stands for balance, commitment, humility, purpose and respect. We program 4-days of  inspiring programming, and gather special guests, athletes, filmmakers, and our community together in one – 800 seat venue. Please see the Festival Schedule for more detail.

Buy a pass. This will get you into everything and give you the most flexibility with your schedule and time. Unlike other traditional film festivals, we do not have multiple venues or screenings. When you buy into 5Point, you buy into everything…and won’t miss a thing. No stress, no FOMO (fear of missing out), no hassle. Plus, we leave you plenty of time to explore and enjoy our beautiful Roaring Fork Valley, on your own, or with one of our Participate programs (TBA). Rent a bike, hike around, or bring your skis, it is usually a great time of year to hit the trail or mountain. More on that below…

Each night we host a 3-hour program from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Pass and ticket holders must be in their seats 10 minutes before the program starts, or we will sell those empty seats to your neighbors waiting outside. All the films in the evening programs are carefully choreographed and filled with 12-15 short-documentary films. These programs include a few filmmakers, special guests, and surprise elements sprinkled in. Think of it more as an inspiring film concert! Questions? Drop us a line.

TICKETS + PASSES

For more information regarding tickets and passes, please visit our tickets page. Passes on sale now, and individual tickets go on sale April 1. Buy early for the best prices and don’t wait. We typically sell out the week of the Festival.

MAP


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VENUES

ALL FILM PROGRAMS
Carbondale Recreation Center
567 Colorado Avenue
Carbondale, CO 81623
970-704-4190
www.carbondalerec.com
SPECIAL EVENTS
Steve’s Guitars
19 North 4th Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
970-963-3304
www.stevesguitars.net
Crystal River Theatre
427 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-0633
www.crystaltheatrecarbondale.com
   Bonfire Coffee
433 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
www.bonfirecoffee.com

LODGING

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We recommend staying at the Days Inn in Carbondale. Call 970-963-9111! Mention you are coming in for 5Point and get a discount! $60 per night plus tax.

CAMP

Big Agnes

Sleep in the dirt with Big Agnes during 5Point Adventure Film Festival. Big Agnes will be managing a small campground in Carbondale during the 2016 5Point Adventure Film Festival.
Space is limited so please RSVP.
A number of Big Agnes demo tents will be available on a first-come first-served basis.
4 people per site max.
Unfortunately, no dogs or other pets allowed.
Special Saturday Morning Pancake Breakfast will be provided by Big Agnes!

RSVP HERE

FLIGHTS

There are several options when flying into the Roaring Fork Valley. Here are our suggestions.

ASPEN (ASE) – $$$ Aspen is the most convenient, 40 min from Carbondale, but is the most expensive option usually. Area RFTA bus services can bring you down Valley once you land.

GRAND JUNCTION (GJT) – $$ Grand Junction offers flights with United Airlines, Delta, American Airlines, US Airways, and Alaska Airlines. Be prepared to rent a car and drive another hour and a half to get to Carbondale though!

EAGLE/VAIL (EGE) – $$ Only 45 min from Carbondale, Eagle County Airport is a great option, offering flights with American Airlines and United Airlines. Colorado Mountain Express shuttle service also serves Carbondale to Eagle.

DENVER (DIA) – $ Denver is the least expensive (in most  cases) but be prepared to rent a car, or grab a shuttle. Once you land you still have 4 hours to go. Check out the Colorado Mountain Express shuttle schedules.

 

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If you are flying into DIA or Eagle/Vail, we suggest you book a shuttle with Colorado Mountain Express. Shuttle services run twice daily. Please choose “Carbondale – Cowen Center” in the location drop down. Don’t miss it and enjoy a ride on CME! Call 1-800-525-6363 or book online.

RESTAURANTS

Carbondale continues to draw recognition as a culinary hotspot. From ethnic and multicultural to educational and award-winning, you’ll find a gourmet selection good for everyone – good for the mind, good for the soul, and as you’ll discover, good for the palate.

Dos Gringos Burritos and Cafe Ole
588 Highway 133
La Fontana Plaza
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 704-0788
     phat thai logo Phat Thai Restaurant
343 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-7001
 Bonfire Logo Brown Bonfire Coffee
433 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 510-5327

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The Goat
995 Cowen Drive #103
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-4628
  Peppino’s Pizza
524 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-2993
 Town Logo  TOWN
348 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-6328
 Silo SILO
1909 Dolores Way
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-1909
Alegra 4 copy Allegria Pasta
335 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-7316
pour-house The Pour House
351 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-3553
     mi casita Mi Casita
3580 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-5866
 download Village Smithy
26 S 3rd St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-9990

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Fat Belly Burgers
220 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-1569
 beat The Carbondale Beat
968 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-5870
 sr taco  Sr Taco Show
348 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 510-5363
whp_round_logo White House Pizza
801 Main St.
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 704-9400
 bread and butter  Bread and Butter
1150 Co 133
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 510-5625

Bars, Breweries, and Distilleries

Thirsty? We’ve got you covered.

 marble Marble Distilling Company
150 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-7008
     beerworks Carbondale Beer Works
647 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 704-1216
 The-Roaring-Fork-Beer-Company Roaring Fork Beer Company
1941 Dolores Way
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970) 963-5870
black_nug The Black Nugget
403 Main St
Carbondale, CO 81623
(970)963-4498

WHAT TO DO DURING YOUR STAY?

WEATHER

At an altitude of 6,181 feet, the Carbondale area is characterized by an average of 295 days of sunshine, low humidity, cold but mild winters and comfortable summers, but late April can often be more rainy and cloudy than usual. If the weather is bad, it’s that much better for films and if the weather is good, enjoy the outdoors!

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Well besides catching programs during the festival, Carbondale has a lot to offer! Touted as one of the “Top 12 Towns” in the “50 Next Great Places to Live and Play” by National Geographic Adventure magazine, Carbondale is a great base camp for recreation enthusiasts. Resting in the magnificent shadow of 12,953-foot Mt. Sopris, there is plenty to do, including biking, hiking, gold medal fly-fishing, kayaking, and world class climbing.

 

Hike Looking to go for a hike? Well you don’t have to go far! Just a mile or so from downtown Carbondale, you will find Red Hill/Mushroom Rock. This can be a great trail run, an easy hike, or even a great nature walk. Any way you do it though, you will end up with a spectacular view of Carbondale and Mt. Sopris! Feel free to check out other hikes in the area, but beware of lingering snow! If you are looking for another run, hop on the bike path or head up to Dry Park. Visit Independence Run and Hike for more beta.
 biker  A cyclist’s heaven here in Carbondale. Road biking? Cruise towards Glenwood Springs and Glenwood Canyon on the Rio Grande Bike Path, or head the up valley toward Aspen. Either way, you will have a blast! If the snow is melted and the trails are dry, hop on a mountain bike! Closest, although steepest is Red Hill, but you can also explore Prince Creek up the road; check it out here! Visit Aloha Mountain Cyclery for more beta.
 Yoga Want to limber up, do your downward dogs, and properly prepare for a 5Point Film Festival program? Head on downtown to check out some yoga classes or perhaps at the Third Street Center . Visit True Nature Healing Arts to find your zen.
 climber Want more of the vertical variety? Then check out some of the world-class local climbing spots.
 1207431653354476745chair lift ski lift white.svg.med Still hanging on to ski season and refuse to acknowledge spring? Well you are in luck, snow is usually still on the agenda during the Festival. Check in with local backcountry ski shop Cripple Creek Backcountry or our local outdoor shop Ragged Mountain Sports for the local beta.