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Warning: You're about to experience the most breath taking, exhilarating and inspirational ride of your life. The world's best skiers go beyond their dreams to conquer the steepest runs ever faced. From the sheer cliffs of Grand Teton, to the treachery of Chamonix France, to the untouched Alaskan peaks of Valdez, these extremers sacrifice their lives for a thrill but what a thrill it is. Fantastically beautiful images of the most magnificent peaks on the globe along with devastating avalanches and fatal spills only serve to push them harder. But you're about to discover -- not everyone who goes up the mountain -- returns.
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Anyone who loves skiing, big mountains or the history of extreme alpinism will really enjoy this film.
No need to care even the least about skiing, or extreme skiing specifically in this case. Steep is about living life at the very edge, and chasing one's dream regardless of the risks, or dangers associated with doing so. This is also truly an inspirational documentary.
Just like Riding Giants told the story and history behind the sport of big wave surfing, Steep does the same thing with extreme big mountain skiing. Do yourself a favor and watch both of those documentaries.
This film is the exact reason why documentaries are easily my favorite genre of films, and when done right they deliver both an excellent learning experience, as well as a overall entertaining one.
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One of the all-time great ski films, but you don't need to be a skier (or even have ever seen snow) to enjoy it.
Highly, high recommended.
I found it utterly inspiring, from the amazing camera work to the unbelievable level of skiing, it made my hair stand on end from start to finish.
Plus Blizzard of Aahhhs is a great little extra, I loved watching Glen Plake rip on those massive old 2.3m tooth picks!!
RIP Shane McConkey
Respect to the guys featured, doing crazy stuff in the early years on skinny, long ski's.