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Ten days. Five friends. One trek across Utah's Uinta Highline Trail.
Watch as the ancient history of the trail is woven together with the personal history of each of the hikers as they get back in touch with the world, and each other.
Runtime: 117 minutes
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Five friends embark on a ten day journey on the incredible Uinta Highline Trail in northern Utah. Together they discover adventure, and explore the history of the area. Along the way you learn more about these hikers, and how they succeeded in life even when the odds were stacked against them. The film touches on some heavy subject matter, including PTSD recovery, addiction recovery, and much more.
Produced & directed by outdoor film maker Chris Smead of Outmersive Films and co-directed by experienced cinematographer Gordon Gurley. Armed with cameras and backpacks, they followed 5 experienced long distance hikers to tell their stories:
Joe Valesko (aka Samurai Joe)- Inventor and founder of a well known outdoor gear company.
Matt Favero (aka Details) - Brand manager of a well known outdoor gear company.
Will Wood (aka Redbeard) - Well known Youtuber and blogger
Benny Braden (aka Plug-it-in) - Outdoor blogger that holds the record for hiking all 924 miles in the Smokies in only 43 days.
Steve Kaiser (aka Cannonball)- Larger than life experienced thru hiker.
To help tell the stories behind this amazing place we teamed up with local experts:
Tom Flanigan - Archeologist
Ryan Buerkle - Of the Ashley National Forest
Gordon Hirschi - Of the Uinta Basin Backcountry Horsemen
8/20/20 We're deep in the planning stages for a new film project set in Iceland. The film will follow a woman with an incredible life story that you have to see to believe. No pressure, but if you'd like to help support the project, you can make a donation here. Thanks so much.