A mountain face that other freeskiers consider to be “too steep to ride” – that’s where the fun begins for Jérémie Heitz. At a speed of 120 kilometres per hour the Swiss steep skier races down to the bottom of the valley, taking wide turns on a 55 degree slope. From above his moves might look relaxed, but fear is hot on his heels. Good for him that it always beats it to the finish line. This winter he has put together a list of his favourite 15 four-thousanders, including the Ober Gabelhorn and the Zinalrothorn. Is it possible to ride them all in one season?