The plot centers on a ski resort run by Will Carver. When his grandfather dies, Will discovers that the resort has been left to his brother David, an irresponsible layabout who returns to pick up the reins. There is familial conflict over the resort and over Maria, a woman who previously dated David, but then Will. Additional conflict comes from the efforts of land developer Colin Dowling and his attractive daughter, Max, who falls for David.
The mountain is a normal show, with a little drama and a small dose of humor and secret romance. It also includes love triangles and teenage pregnancies. The story is about a guy who returns in his home town and find out that his brother not only became the director of the ski resort that their family owns, but also he's dating his ex-girlfriend. As he tries to find his place back in the family, they all have to deal with someone rich who wants to buy their company. That was the drama part. The secret romance part is all over the show. You will understand it by yourselves. The last episode is not what you expect. It's not epic, with happy endings. It leaves you with lots of questions about the characters. But it also spreads a message about real-life situations. I, personally, loved the end just because it was simple and because they didn't thought of making something extraordinary. Generally, it was a nice show that I really liked.
Now, there is only one season (2004-2005), and because of the low ratings it was cancelled after the 13th episode.
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