The Edge of Never

The Edge of Never

A True Story of Skiing's Big Mountain Tribe

DVD - 2009
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In 1996 extreme skiing legend Trevor Petersen was killed in Chamonix, France. Nine years later, skiing icon Glen Plake decides it's time for Trevor's 15-year-old son Kye to ski the route that killed his father and join the tribe of big-mountain skiers. Three generations of skiers mentor Kye as he attempts to finish his father's final run.
Publisher: [Vail, Colo.?] : EON Productions, c2009
Branch Call Number: 796.9309 EDG
Characteristics: 1 DVD (ca. 101 min.) : sd., col., with some b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Kerig, Bill
Schweitzer, Peter


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Jan 05, 2011

The beautifully written story of how Kye Petersen, son of freeskier Trevor Petersen, came to ski the Glacier Rond where his father died in an avalanche. Kerig's descriptions never veer into the mawkish or sentimental, and he captures the beauty of the mountains as clearly as the personalities of the skiing tribe who help Kye on his journey. A must read for skiers.

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