The Sierra Nevada in Santa Marta rises at five thousand meters above the Caribbean Sea in Colombia. The Sierra is the center of the spiritual world for the Kogi, Ika, Wiwa and Arhuaco indigenous peoples. The ascent to its summits is a sacred path, a route that recounts the origin of human life. The peoples of the Sierra make a call to all of earth’s inhabitants to have a reciprocal relationship to her. This documentary delves into their philosophy and the biodiversity of their territories.