Synopsis (Eng)

What line do you take, which one will you pass? When do you decide to stop, or to go on? Will you ride this last run? Yes, or no? A freerider takes these decisions every day. By himself. But when being stuck to a sit ski to ride your lines, or only able to snowboard with a prosthetic leg, decisions like these are often made for you. Too often.
Paralympic athletes Bibian Mentel (gold medal Paralympic Games, Sochi 2014) and Kees-Jan van der Klooster (gold medal X-Games, Aspen 2008) end a dramatic winter-season in the Swiss Alps, doing some helidrops on the glaciers of the mountains surrounding the Matterhorn and Zermatt (CH). For them, it’s the cherry on top after a years’ hard work. But they’re not alone in this adventure. Accompanying them are FWT athletes Samuel Anthamatten as guide and Matthias „Hauni” Haunholder and Lucas Swieykowski as their helping hands on the mountain.
Once up in the mountians, these riders won’t find any kneedeep powder, but ice and hardpack instead. Something that will stretch Bibian’s and KJ’s athletic and interpretative skills to it’s absolute limits.
Enabled is a movie about the right to fall, the art of getting up again and the confrontation with one’s limitations.