For the last 15 years, Wiley Miller has been a staple in ski flicks from Level 1 Productions as well as Teton Gravity Research (TGR).
For the last 15 years, Wiley Miller has been a staple in ski flicks from Level 1 Productions as well as Teton Gravity Research (TGR). Since his first film part in 2007, the Montana native has been pushing his own limits on the world’s biggest mountains all for the sake of igniting that internal flame. But when his mom was diagnosed with ALS in 2020, Wiley was essentially punched in the face by perspective.
In his latest project, ‘A Connection to Gravity,’ Wiley reflects on his home state and the freedom provided by a pair of snow-sliding planks. A Montana boy born and raised, it’s these mountains and the years of practice and dedication to riding them with his own unique flair that has provided the professional skier a chance to reflect and simplify the true meaning of happiness. From his skis to his sled to a Cesna 180, it’s all about harnessing gravity to get where you want to be.