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    Scoping lines is one thing, riding them quite another... If it came into condition, would you ski it? From double-backflips at Drumochter to never-before lines at the Nevis Range, will ambition fac...

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    Directed by Peter MacKenzie 2017

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    Taking on rarely-skied, big mountain lines can be a long process, involving spotting them, waiting for the conditions, watching them develop, and finally biting the bullet to get them done. Strong judgement skills are needed, in an environment where mistakes are easy to make...

    It was a big snow season, and a great winter for Scottish skiing - big ideas, community to make them germinate, conditions to allow them to grow, and beautiful things happened - from the heather of Drumochter, watching backflips of the elite in the freestyle realm, out on the Ben on Scottish ski-mountaineering superlatives, or on the steepest lift-serviced terrain in the UK, "Maybe" shares what was a pretty special year for backcountry skiing in the northern reaches of the British Isles.

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