A documentary feature film set in the world of big mountain skiing, The Edge of Never is a real-life coming of age saga about the tribe of skiers who challenge the biggest, most dangerous mountains in the world. In 1996 extreme-skiing legend Trevor Petersen was killed in Chamonix, France. Nine years later, skiing icon Glen [...]

Huckin, The Midwest Tour

Huckin, The Midwest Tour

The Edge of Never travels to Minneapolis, Madison, and Milwaukee to bring the heart and soul of skiing to the Midwest.

The Airstream visits Oregon

The Airstream visits Oregon

The Edge of Never screenings in Bend, Salem, Portland, and Eugene.

The Tour Stops in Washington

The Tour Stops in Washington

Taking it to the people, The Edge of Never troupe rolls in the EdgeMobile, (a 1978 Airstream coach that pretty much runs on faith) to Washington State. Guest host Mike Hattrup and his Mom and Dad join the show in Seattle… Bellingham and Spokane share the love. Rolling to a theater near you…

Yehaw!

Yehaw!

See another side of the duo who directed and produced The Edge of Never film, two cowboys now unleashing their exciting mountain adventure story.  Is it a tall tale?  Nope, just a great ski movie.

EDGE OF NEVER ROCKS THE HOUSE IN PARK CITY

EDGE OF NEVER ROCKS THE HOUSE IN PARK CITY

The Edge of Never rocked the house at its Sept. 24 Park City premiere. The sold out, SRO crowd included 7-time X Games Gold Medalist Tanner Hall. The freeskiing legend jumped up on stage and told the excited crowd, “this is the best ski movie ever!” The movie has been booked for its theatrical debut [...]

A Valuable Tribe Member of The Edge of Never, Mike Hattrup

A Valuable Tribe Member of The Edge of Never, Mike Hattrup

Of all the people I’ve ever met in the ski industry, Mike Hattrup is definitely one of them. Kidding. A former U.S. Team mogul skier, Hattrup made a name for himself in Greg Stump’s movies and went on to become a ski company executive at K2. Today he runs the backcountry division for K2. And, [...]

Kasha Rigby on The Edge

Kasha Rigby on The Edge

Though she’s skirted avalanches, lived in snowcaves, and subsisted on yak, Kasha Rigby’s bubbly persona and giggling, self-effacing manner seem more suited to this season’s debutante fetes than all her high-alpine feats. Yet spend a little time with her and you find one of the world’s elite ski mountaineers, and a deep soul that accepts [...]

Kye, Treadway, and Richard on Tantalus

Kye, Treadway, and Richard on Tantalus

Video clip of Kye Petersen, Dan Treadway, and Matty Richard on a heli assault in the Tantalus range. Listen closely for the Kye Petersen special remix of Ramble On. It’s worth a listen.

Vignette of Eric Pehota

Vignette of Eric Pehota

Meet the characters of The Edge of Never film. This is Eric Pehota, a close friend of Trevor’s. In this interview, Pehota talks about his memories of meeting a young Kye Petersen and the bond he shared with his father Trevor through big mountain skiing.

Plake On Ski Films

Plake On Ski Films

Get a history lesson from Glen Plake on the origins of the ski film genre, and in his opinion, the transgressions of the modern ski film business. Agree with him or not, Plake is as passionate about film as he is about skiing.

Plake On Money

Plake On Money

Glen Plake speaks his mind, as he always does, on how he came to carve out a career as a professional skier.

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A documentary feature film set in the world of big mountain skiing, The Edge of Never is a real-life coming of age saga about the tribe of skiers who challenge the biggest, most dangerous mountains in the world. In 1996 extreme-skiing legend Trevor Petersen was killed in Chamonix, France. Nine years later, skiing icon Glen Plake decides it’s time for Trevor’s 15-year-old son, Kye, to ski the route that killed his father and join the tribe of big-mountain skiers. In this thrilling film, three generations of skiers mentor Kye as he attempts to finish his father’s final run. A ripping adventure tale of a young man coming of age, The Edge of Never is also a rich and subtle portrait of men and women who live big in the face of their greatest fears. Written and directed by William A. Kerig, produced by Peter Schweitzer, based on the book of the same title written by Kerig, The Edge of Never was shot on location in Chamonix, France.

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  1. Chris George Says:

    Are you planning on adding any shows in Aspen or the Roaring Fork Valley? The movie looks amazing and I’m bummed that you aren’t coming to the Valley. Think about coming to the Wheeler or the Belly Up. Aspen will support you guys.

    Cheers,

    Chris

  2. Wayne Berard Says:

    I went to the premier last night in Salt Lake City. Wow, Bill really nice movie. Kye is surrounded by people that are legendary. Your movie captures the essence of these big mountain pioneers sharing their knowledge and spirit from one generation to the next. These are all clearly people who care deeply about a sport, have made sacrifices and believe in taking risks as a meaninful experience in life. The depth of the story really hooked me. In your post showing conversation I really enjoyed finding out what Kye was doing now and am super impressed with him. Way to go Bill.

  3. Suzie Says:

    Sad to see it’s not coming anywhere near DC//Baltimore. I’d love to be able to see this/.

  4. Bob Says:

    Wow, what a great film. I just saw this last night at the Portland premier and absolutely loved it. It’s a movie for anyone, even any non-skier will be immediately drawn into this coming of age story. Though Kye’s skiing is a joy to watch, for me, Anselme Baud and Glen Plake in their rolls of Father (or Uncle) figures was really touching and great to see captured on film. We’ll be seeing it again in Eugene this weekend, great work!

  5. Diana Zamora Says:

    Hello Bill Thank You for inviting us to your film in San Francisco, I realy enjoyed your style and climax build up was incredible you are very very talented, I am certainly looking forward to your next film. I am a designer /animator keep in touch!!! we meet outside the theater where the homeless man protested in front of the news van LOL! Best of Luck with your film, It was one of the besteIve seen this year!
    Sincerely,
    Diana E. Zamora

  6. Amy Says:

    This is the absoulute best movie i have ever watched it is so insirational

  7. elizabeth Says:

    what an amazing film.
    excellent job of capturing how dynamic and special these folks are.
    AWESOME!
    thank you.

  8. Ms Rukia Kuchiki Says:

    Thanks for the , I’ll keep checking back for more stuff, bookmarked!

  9. Bill Kerig Says:

    Thanks, Rukia! More to come.

  10. Morgan L Says:

    Can’t wait to see/buy the movie! I just read the book after long days of powder in Utah. Ironic.

  11. Darell Hemler Says:

    Made a video about this, would you and anyone else here mind looking at it real quick and let me know your thoughts? I left the link in the website field, hope you can access it. I’d appreciate it greatly, thanks

  12. Tom Says:

    Hi, I love the movie! I grew up on the bayou down south, so I am a little bit better on water skiis:-) I now live in the Adirondacks where I try to act like I know how to ski. I ski ice more than powder around here. The movie is a reminder to me how special like can be. If your lucky enough to be around some really great people and have a ton of talent, life is a dream come true. Its hard to explain that spirit but you captured it just fine……what is the music behind Kye’s decent on Tantulus? I can’t find it, great stuff!

  13. John Valades Says:

    Always thought I had a pair till I watched this film:) !!! Coming from the last of the little fish, and the end of the “Baby Boomers”, You guys are the SHIT!!! And I mean that in the most respectful way. Can’t wait to read the book!
    Sincerely,
    John in Wyoming

  14. Amanda Says:

    this was one of the best flims, that i have ever seen. Saw it on Showtime 2 nights ago and i couldnt stop watching it, even though it was 330 in the morning. It was extremly powerful. It also had a great message. Loved it.

  15. Billy Mays Says:

    Thanks, you got it right here

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