After many winter seasons and global competitions at the highest level, professional New Zealand freeride skier, Neil Williman, ends up in Innsbruck. He meets talented locals, discovers the mountains around Tirol and explores what’s possible during a global pandemic. Together, they commit to one idea: to find and ride the most challenging faces around Innsbruck using public transport.
The resorts may have been closed at the start of the winter but epic lines could still be accessed by walking out of Neil’s front door. Along with friends, Freeride World Tour Champion Manu Mandl, Christoph Schöfegger, Leo Rauch and Sam Good, they stray from the ‘normal’ path. Neil is also joined by the Snowmads crew, who are well known for travelling the world in their adventure campers, and spends a week with Fabian Lentsch, Markus Ascher, Konsti Ottner and Jules Zenzmaier in campers and huts to discover the real soul of the place.
What impact did they have by choosing this option of transport? And what impact did it have on them?
This film was part of
Fall Series 2021
and is no longer available for viewing.