The Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda have gone by many names in their past: "Mountains of the Moon" and "Snows of the Nile" being two of the most famous. In 1906, a Duke recorded his 40 day journey through these mountains, which are considered in many ways to be the source of the Nile, and the massive glaciers that are located on it's peaks. Now, in 2014, the glaciers have nearly disappeared. This short film is a fantastic look at the mountains' changes, and what that means about our climate. These 5000 meter peaks were once covered in some of the few equatorial glaciers that existed in the world, but because of global warming, they're nearly gone. Two researchers travel to the "Mountains of the Moon," in this documentary, and attempt to show the world how dramatic the difference between "then" and "now" really is.