If you have about three minutes to kill, you could do worse than checking out this short skiing video called "Ski Tibet." It's a story about four skiers traveling half-way around the world to attempt a first ski descent of Shishapangma in Tibet.
It probably says more about the culture of the region than skiing the 14th-highest mountain in the world, at 26,292 feet.
Ski Tibet, created by Mark Fisher, Andy Tankersely and Eric Daft, offers a quick glimpse of Tibet filmed in this-ought-to-be-shown-at-a-film-festival quality. So much time was put into the short version, we assume there is also a long version. Still, much is said in the short version.
See for yourself:
Thanks to Adventure World Magazine for the tip.
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