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Directed by Amber Seyler A Dozen More Turns is the true story of five close friends who set off to celebrate New Year's Eve 2005 in the backcountry of Montana's Centennial Range. No one thought that the trip would take Blake Morstad's life and leave Sam Kavanagh minus a leg. Camera footage buried during the avalanche was miraculously recovered months after the accident - and out of the ashes of this tragedy came a powerful film.
"What we see is people with a lot of backcountry experience who understand the science of avalanches, understand why avalanches form, why slopes are dangerous and know what to look for. Yet they still get in trouble. They get hungry for powder and don't look at the situation objectively. They want to ski the run. All of us that watch this movie will see ourselves in it, We've all made similar mistakes - the difference is we got away with it."
- Doug Chabot (director of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center)
This video is viewable in four parts at TERRA.
The story illustrates how human factors interact to create accidents.
The DVD can be purchased at Backpacking Lite
Donations can be made to the Gallatin National Avalanche Center and the Blake Morstad Memorial Endowment.
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