Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart were history's most prolific conductors. With the swish of a wrist they commanded orchestras with finite precision. Fast-forward to 2015, and meet two modern mountain maestros, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dash Longe. Both are pioneers of conducting slough, and meticulously analyze their lines in order to ski safely in Alaska.
After dealing with some off tempo and out of key moments, the boys channel their inner Mozart. The result is a towering, dramatic, crescendo of big mountain skiing.