In the series finale of A Skier’s Journey, Jordan Manley, Chad Sayers, and Forrest Coots set off on a 3-week expedition along the spine of the 1500km long Coast Mountain Range in British Columbia. This is the ultimate adventure that includes packrafting, bushwhacking, and of course epic skiing.
Watch A Skier’s Journey – British Columbia – Crossing Home:
How do you know when your home?
A Skier’s Journey – Crossing Home is a fantastic finish to one of the best skiing film series out there. The journey to ski destinations around the world has been amazing. Thank you for creating and sharing these films with the world.
- S1.E1 – Kashmir
- S1.E2 – La Grave
- S1.E3 – Freshfield Icefield
- S2.E1 – Friends Of Shames
- S2.E2 – Baffin Island
- S2.E3 – Argentina
- S3.E1 – Japan
- S3.E2 – Dubai
- S3. E3 – Iceland
- S4.E1 – Iran
- S4.E2 – China
Official Description from YouTube:
Published on Nov 10, 2016
For travellers, life on the road ultimately winds to an end, and the compass points towards home. In the series finale, after excursions through ski cultures across the globe, Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots go back to the beginning – British Columbia. Embarking on a 3 week expedition, they boat, bushwack, ski, and packraft the spine of the Coast mountains. From interior plateau, steep chutes and over the Homathko Icefield, to the lush, carpeted coastal inlets of the Pacific coast. What is the meaning of home? A cast of characters help them understand what that term truly means.
Presented by Arc’teryx in association with Gore-Tex and Destination British Columbia
Visit: askiersjourney.com to learn more.
Director / Producer / Cinematographer / Editor: Jordan Manley
Featuring: Chad Sayers & Forrest Coots
Associate Producer: Laura Yale
Story Editors: Daniel Irvine, Chad Manley
Additional Sound Design and Mix: Jeff Yellen
Motion Graphics: Blair Richmond
It is important to acknowledge that this film was made with the blessing of and in cooperation with the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation’s Government, who granted us permission to transit through their territory and share their stories. We are grateful for their support.
For more information about visiting Xeni Gwet’in and Tsilhqot’in territory, please visit xeni.ca