Andrew "Bob" Harris at the summit of the Grand with sister Amy Harris and climbing expert Max Hammer. (Julie Ellison)

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Have you heard about Ducky Goes Up yet? The outdoor documentary stars a remarkable young man named Andrew “Bob” Harris—nicknamed “Ducky”—who became the first person with Down syndrome to climb the Grand Teton.

Outside has been following the story ever since Ducky’s sister, Amy Harris, and her now-husband Max Hammer, announced they would try to summit the Grand in August 2017. Hammer, who guides part-time for Exum, wasn’t sure but he thought Ducky, a 32-year-old outdoorsy guy with Down syndrome, could do it. So, did Amy.

He did. And the rest is now a new Kickstarter film aimed at getting more people with Down syndrome outside.

Read more about the climb and the movie.

You can donate to the kickstarter campaign here.