Six amazing skiers. Five dramatic locations. All in one film, now available. Today, Red Bull Media House, in association with Poor Boyz productions, makes “Tracing Skylines” available to fans as a 3-in-1 Collector Edition box set, on iTunes and through other digital retailers.

“Tracing Skylines” follows six top professional freeskiers as they embark on the dream adventures they have envisioned for years, using the latest cinematography techniques to document how these trips of a lifetime unfold over one mind-blowing season. In locations ranging from Alaska and British Columbia to France and Switzerland, and even in urban Detroit, skiers Bobby Brown, Karl Fostvedt, Pep Fujas, Seth Morrison, Sean Pettit and Julien Regnier pursue their individual dreams, then join for a spring session to wrap a season that won’t soon be forgotten.

“I still can’t quite get my head around the fact that I finally had the chance to make this trip I’d been thinking about for so long, but the movie brings it all back,” says freeskier Sean Pettit. “Watching what the other guys were up to is unbelievable, as well. I think we’re all just so glad to have been a part of this, and to know that it’s going to be so accessible for the fans to share in the experience.”

“Tracing Skylines” takes you into the lifestyle of these unique pros as they venture deep into new and uncharted territory. Each trip is a world unto itself. Pettit and Fujas trade the comfort of a lodge for a glacier camp in British Columbia – finding unexpected sources of fun in the backcountry. Morrison pinpoints a remote Alaska lighthouse to use as a home base, where he launches a helicopter expedition and finds fresh terrain to attack. Fostvedt takes urban skiing to a whole new level by searching for the perfect jib, drops and jumps amid the concrete jungle that is Detroit – with cinematic results that are at once surreal and beautiful. Veteran Regnier shows he still has the spark for exploration as he treks the grueling 180km historic high alpine route between Chamonix, France and Zermatt, Switzerland. Finally, Bobby Brown brings the stoked crew back together for the celebratory spring wrap session. So where will you be inspired to go next?

“Tracing Skylines” is now available for digital download in iTunes and other digital retailers including Google Play, XBOX, Playstation, and Vudu. Also on sale is the special “Tracing Skylines”

3-in-1 Collector’s Edition, featuring a DVD, Blu-ray disc, and MP4 digital download, available at and at retail.

Those seeking a theatrical experience in addition, have plenty to be excited about, too. “Tracing Skylines” is on the road this fall with Canadian screening at the iF3 Festival in Whistler, BC from October 11-12.

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