Five young women spend a gap year between high school and college living semi-primitively in the remote mountainside wilderness in Oregon. Told mainly through the perspective of Tori Davis, a teenager with learning difficulties, the film chronicles the group's four seasons in the woods. As the seasons progress, they must adapt to what the wilderness provides and to what it withholds. During the program, they learn ancient skills of craftsmanship and teamwork and forge deep powers of resilience and self-reliance. Please note this title contains potentially offensive language.