Mount Logan

A 50 days journey... all alone
Alex, Thomas and Hélias at BC, just after riding the east ridge.



alexandre marchesseau


Alexis BLAISE, arthuir ghilini


Scott Sports

Running time

13 minutes

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Our Judges say:

A super remote expedition in the Alaskan Wilderness.

Jimmy Hyland

Punchy, dramatic, good lucking ski-adventure short with endearingly enthusiastic French skiers. Features a modest amount of male nudity, which is amusing. Terrific.

Paul Hodgson Music Judge

An incredible 50 days journey thru Alaska and Yukon: They climbed Mount Logan and they skied the east ridge, 3800m high shoulder on the highest peak in Canada. Mount Logan is the highest peak in Canada and the second highest peak in North America. To reach the top, Hélias Millerioux, Alexandre Marchesseau, Thomas Delfino and Gregory Douillard made a long journey. They started from the ocean and ended up in the ocean, climbing Mount Logan, and they did the entire trip on their own, in total autonomie. 48 days, 250km of hiking, 3800m of elevation gain, first descent of the Mont Logan East ridge, with skis, monoski and snowboard, and then followed the copper river, going down the water for 400km on a kata-raft. You have to see it to believe it.