Where the Road Ends: Warren Miller film shows athletes skiing 'Like There's No Tomorrow'

Oct 5 2011 - 2:50pm

One sure sign that snow season is around the corner: The new Warren Miller movie is coming out.

The 62nd annual installment of the iconic Warren Miller ski film series, entitled "Like There's No Tomorrow," will hold its world premiere event at 8 p.m. Oct. 14 inside Salt Lake City's Abravanel Hall, with additional screenings planned for Orem, Park City and Ogden throughout October before the film embarks on a worldwide tour.

The film's title refers to the gung-ho attitudes of its featured athletes, who charge down near-vertical chutes with seemingly reckless abandon and carve first turns in some of the world's most remote backcountry. It begins with a segment featuring big-mountain expert Lynsey Dyer of Jackson Hole and Squaw Valley's Lel Tone, who head to India's Kashmir region for heli-skiing adventures in the world's tallest mountain range, the Himalayas.

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