Skiers Travel the Globe in Dreamy Ski Film

Fall into a powder-filled dream state with this awesome amateur ski film.

In one winter season, Paul Norheim aims to show us what skiing is all about. And judging from this 30-minute globetrotting ski film, it’s about raw passion and skiing as much as possible. “I’m not a pro,” he said. “I just like to ski.”

He may not be a pro, but this ski film is full of pro moves. The 25-year-old skier from Norway cuts together gorgeous aerial footage of skiers on slopes across the world — Alaska, France, Italy, Norway, and the United States — into something called “The Dream State Project.”

From full storms to bluebird days, the film features lots of powder, epic lines, and positivity.

three pairs of skis lined up on edge of steep slope looking down
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Mary Murphy is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and serves as the leader of Lola Digital Media’s DEI Committee.

She has been writing about hiking, running, climbing, camping, skiing, and more for seven years, and has been on staff at GearJunkie since 2019. Prior to that, Mary wrote for 5280 Magazine in Denver while working as an outdoor instructor teaching climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and mountain biking at Avid4Adventure. Based in Denver, Colorado, Murphy is an avid hiker, runner, backpacker, skier, yogi, and pack-paddleboarder.

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