‘Mori’ is a short film from Dylan Robinson and a beautiful tribute to tree skiing in Japan. Featuring skier Drew Jolowicz over seven minutes of breathtaking footage, it captures the essence of what makes skiing in Japan so attractive.

“For me, when I’m coming to Japan I’m not necessarily looking for high alpine terrain, I’m looking for the powder in the trees”, says Jolowicz.

“When the Sea of Japan turns on its own weather-maker, and the wind switches around to the north west, it just dumps copious amounts of snow. As long as you know and respect the backcountry, it’s one of the best places in the world to ski.”

From the filmmaker: ‘Mori’ is a film by Dylan Robinson documenting the return to the deep powder tree skiing of Japan. Featuring skier Drew Jolowicz it conveys the feeling of traveling to a small Japanese village and experiencing the calm yet breathtaking feeling of floating through the forest (Mori). Supported by Arc’teryx AU and Mountain Safety Collective.