[Movie] Aaron Rice Record 2.5 Million Human-Powered Vertical Feet

by Updated December 17, 2017

"2.5 Million" follows American skier Aaron Rice as he sets out to ski 2.5 million human-powered vertical feet in the backcountry and set a new world record. To be successful Aaron will have to ski over 330 days in the calendar year and chase snow around the world. The challenge is both physical and mental, and injuries are simply not an option.

Filmed, Directed and Edited by Tyler Wilkinson-Ray

 


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