LAND OF NO USE - Full-length Backcountry Ski Film

LAND OF NO USE - A Montana Wilderness Ski Project
by Updated November 8, 2014

Kick back and watch the full-length backcountry ski film Land Of No Use. The film follows a group of grassroots backcountry skiers from Montana as they explore Montana's Wilderness Areas.

"Land of No Use is a video project that looks at Montana’s wilderness debate through the eyes of backcountry skiers.  Follow us, as we contemplate public use of roadless areas while treading lightly on terrain where humans are mere visitors, in a state named for its mountains."

Film website: http://lonu.org/

 


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