Daniel Woods, featured in the Reel Rock Film Tour, climbs The Game in Boulder Canyon.
Photographer: Steve Woods
Daniel Woods, featured in the Reel Rock Film Tour, climbs The Game in Boulder Canyon.

For the next three days, you can sit on your rear and watch a whole lot of dazzling outdoor action on the big screen.

Climbing, snowboarding and skiing are coming to area theaters — two flicks at the Boulder Theater, one at Red Rocks — that will inspire you to get off your rear and go out and get some for yourself.

Check out the premieres below … and don’t forget to make big outdoor plans for Sunday, when it’s all over.

Thursday: Reel Rock Film Tour premiere

Where: Boulder Theater

When: Two shows, 6 and 8:30 p.m.

Cost: $12 at The Spot, Boulder Rock Club, Movement and Neptune; $18.50 at theater

More info: reelrocktour.com

Local filmmakers Peter Mortimer, of Sender Films, and Josh Lowell, of Big Up Productions, have assembled six climbing flicks that should keep the audience totally gripped. (Please, climbers: No ripping armrests off the theater chairs.) Several of their short films feature Boulder-based climbers — and Boulder climbs, like Daniel Woods’ first ascent of The Game (V16) in Boulder Canyon.

Friday: Snowboard on the Rocks

Where: Red Rocks Amphitheatre

When: 6 p.m.

Cost: $19.50

More info: snowboardontherocks.com

Friday’s event at Red Rocks should be festival-esque. Aside from serving as the premiere event for three snowboarding films — including Denver-based Never Summer’s “Made in America” — the show features four live musical performances. Because you need a solid soundtrack to shred. Attendees will also get a free lift ticket to Echo Mountain and a chance to rub elbows with the pro snowboarders.

Saturday: “The Way I See It”

Where: Boulder Theater

When: two shows, 7 and 9:30 p.m.

Cost: $16.50 at Boulder Ski Deals; $20 at theater

More info: skimovie.com

MSP Films caught tons of extreme-skiing madness amid record snowfall last winter — so be warned that if you watch this, it will be hard to wait for the season to start. “The Way I See It” promises powder-packed shots of Sean Pettit (Powder named him “male performer of the year”) from Japan and Alaska’s Chugach Range, plus mind-blowing tricks by Breck-based park-pro Bobby Brown.