From Argentina to Colombia, this stunning documentary follows five characters who share their deep connection to South America's majestic mountains.
With its vast cities coexisting with symbols of the Inca Empire like Machu Picchu, Peru holds a strong link between ancient traditions and modernity.
It all starts in Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost point on Earth located in Argentina, and continues in the stunning Torres del Paine Park in Chile.
In Ecuador, adventurers try to conquer the active volcano Cotopaxi, while risky winding roads link towns anchored in the mountains to bigger cities.
Where do the Andes start? Where do they end? There is no precise answer, but in Punta Arenas, Chile, they continue their journey underwater.
The Andes stretch through Mendoza and into the Atacama Desert, a place that might hold some answers to the lingering questions of humankind's origin.
Welcome to Bolivia, home of the Salar de Uyuni, Earth's largest salt flat, and La Paz, where an aerial tram gives intimate views of the Andean Plateau.
The tour continues with a trip to La Rioja in Argentina, a visit to a Bolivian town frozen in time and a glimpse of an oasis in the Peruvian desert.
From the culinary scene of Cuenca, Ecuador, to the kitesurfing spots in Gallito Ciego, Perú, life in the Andes is as rich and varied as its landscapes.
A father-and-son duo tackles the imposing Bolívar Peak in Venezuela, while beekeepers in Colombia work to preserve the Andean flora sustainably.
The 8,500-kilometer journey through the Andes comes to an end in Colombia, where lively cities like Cali, Medellín and Bogotá nestle in the mountains.