Jim Ewing is a veteran rock climber and senior rope engineer at a rock climbing rope company. On Christmas Day in 2014, Jim fell over 50 feet to the ground in a climbing accident, a near-death experience that led to the subsequent below-the-knee amputation of his left leg. Before walking on a prosthetic, Jim was already climbing again, and before long, he began dreaming about his bucket list… In 2018, Jim invited a climber missing her left hand, Maureen Beck, to accompany him in attempting the first all-adaptive ascent of the über classic and deeply remote Lotus Flower Tower (5.10+) in Canada’s Cirque of the Unclimbables. The route is on the list of North America’s 50 classic climbs and the 2,000 foot granite face is coveted by climbers everywhere. In “Adaptive”, Jim and Maureen hope to demonstrate that “disabled” climbers are just differently and equally abled. Official Selections 2020: Durango Independent Film Festival. Official Selections 2019: Adventure Outdoor Fest, Cascadia Adventure Film Festival, Maine Outdoor Film Festival, WYO Film Festival, The Block Festival, Guam International Film Festival, Vertical Life Film Festival, Mountain & Adventure Film Festival, Adventure Shorts Film Festival, Ottawa Adventure Film Festival, Four Seasons Film Festival.