In May 2013, Glen Crawford, Jerry Auld and Jerry Kobalenko skied around Mount Logan, Canada’s highest mountain. The trio was treated to some unusually fine weather. This film documents the massive mountain and the expanse of untouched terrain. “Mt. Logan in Canada’s Yukon is the largest mountain in the world. It also features some of the hardest alpine climbing routes anywhere. In May of 2013, myself and two friends did a full circumnavigation of Mt. Logan traveling 240 kilometres on skis around the peak. Visiting this area is like stepping back into the last ice age. This short film follows our journey as we ski over the massive glaciers that surround the peak and have incredible views of the many climbing routes on the mountain,” said Crawford.