This is the story of a woman who is fond of wolves. Gudrun Pflueger is an ex- marathon and cross-country skiing world champion. In the past six years she has spent her life studying the wolves in the wildest regions of Canada, collecting data, footprints and organic elements such has hairs and body materials, to use in a scientific research project. In the film we follow her search for coastal wolves in British Columbia. The coast wolves are unique, live in the coast forests and on the islands of Canada’s West coast; they are genetically different from any other kind of wolf. They have a very varied diet: they feed on deer, otters, berries, but also seafood and river fish. Gudrun searches the woods and the estuaries by herself, walking in the thick under wood with the hope of catching a glimpse of her beloved wolves, but also fully aware of the constant dangers of bears. A five-week expedition of intense searching becomes for her the opportunity to live the most memorable experience in her life. Three weeks after the end of the expedition Gudrun is diagnosed with brain cancer and her encounters with the wolves become a source of strength for her to face her disease.