The Great Siberian Traverse - a Beautiful film
Janill Gilbert stashed this in Ski Porn
It is long (27 minutes), but worth it, really well balanced: quality filming, beautiful scenery, interesting people and culture, a bit of humor, and good music. One of the better ski movies.
The Great Siberian Traverse documents a 6,000-mile ski journey through Russia, along the Trans-Siberian Railway. The documentary - created in collaboration with POWDER and Sherpas Cinema - showcases a fringe backcountry skiing community, deep Siberian powder, and skiing’s ancient origins. Team skiers Ingrid Backstrom, Callum Pettit, and Nick Martini share their insights along the adventure.
Can you imagine skiing 6000 miles?
I think the 6000 miles was just the train ride getting to the skiing spots?
Ok whew that makes a lot more sense.