There's no place like home. A group of ski and snowboard friends set out to prove just that by spending two years exploring the Wyoming winter terrain. The film "Wyoming Triumph" follows the adventures of the Jackson-based crew as they ski and snowboard their way across the state.

Don't expect to see just quick cuts of big air tricks and heliskiing in this ski flick. The only shots from the air were taken using a remote-control helicopter. Director and Co-Producer Chris Kitchen says the film is more about exploration and finding adventure wherever you want, and the film is all the better because it's not just about the action.

KGB Productions captured a journey through the "Old West" with a group of passionate, persistent individuals in a progressive cinematic format. Okay and there are some pretty sweet shots of big tricks on familiar Wyoming terrain. After enjoying this documentary, you may not be able keep yourself away from the Snowy Range Ski Area any longer.

"Wyoming Triumph" will be screening in Laramie on Sunday, December 18th at 6:30 p.m. in the Laramie Plains Civic Center. Admission is $10. Tickets can be purchased at the door, in advance at the LPCC box office or online through the LPCC website. Listen to Laramie Live on Friday morning to hear more about the film from Chris Kitchen and check out the trailer below.