The Way Up - A Backcountry Ski Film [Full-Movie]

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The Way Up [final cut] from Dogy Down Films

A backcountry ski film about why we're there, from a group of 7 friends who have a combined 14 kids (and counting). Sometimes the way up is just as important, and you can sleep when you're dead.

Filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire; ski the east.

Music:
Swept Inside by Future Islands
Under the Pressure by The War on Drugs
Don't Owe You a Thang by Gary Clark Jr.
Singing by Way Yes.

 


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