Many years ago, I went on annual skiing pilgrimages with my family to June Mountain, a small resort in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Driving to June took us nearly all day, so looking out the car was one of the few forms of entertainment during this long ride. After hours of monotonous desert scenery, these huge, snowy mountains began to appear and inspired me in profound ways. I would dream about skiing them, even picking lines where I thought one could plan a descent. Eventually I came to realize that a small group of dedicated people were doing exactly that. They climbed these mountains alone, with no support, and then skied down them. Now with years of experience, I made this documentary to show my friends and family 3 key points: what is involved in a typical weekend of backcountry skiing, and similarly, what are the technical aspects, and finally, why are we so enthusiastic about it. I hope you enjoy!