Ski The Wild West - Skiing the Highest Peaks in the West

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In 2017, Drew Petersen sought to ski the highest peaks in America's 11 westernmost states, all on one epic road trip. This is his story. Brought to you by Outdoor Research.

Film by Drew Petersen, Thomas Woodson and Adam Clark

 


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