Wiley Miller returns to the LPP! We recorded this episode from his garage in Bozeman Montana.
He was premiering his new film, A Connection to Gravity, at the Powtown Revival film festival. ACTG is documentary of Wiley’s career and life in skiing. It touches on the impact his mom has on him as well as difficulties of her current battle with ALS
Wiley also talks about his love of flying and getting his commercial pilot’s licence, designing skis for RMU, his friendship with Conrad Anker and much, more!
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A Connection to Gravity - Trailer
Proceeds from the film will be donated to www.als.org
RMU SL Butterknife
Wiley and Mark
Photos: Bryan Ralph / Mark Warner
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