Backcountry Baker 2014 Film Trailer

by Updated December 2, 2014

This trailer is for the upcoming release of the short film Backcountry Baker. The film was named Best Grassroots Film at the Winter Wildlands Alliance's 2014 Backcountry Film Festival. The full five-minute film will be released after it premiers at the Backcountry Film Festival in Boise, ID on Nov. 7th, 2014.

A dog named Baker and his owner pursue their love of mountains through backcountry skiing in Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. The movie follows Baker’s vantage point as he trails his owner in search of fresh tracks, powder and solitude.

 


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