Part of the reason I posted this on the General forum is that the video relates back to the thread about skiing photos not adequately showing the steepness of the terrain. While there wasn't anything we skied that was wildly steep, a lot of it was what I would call fairly steep.
The segment that starts around 0.44 is Rendezvous Bowl. On the video, it looks flat as a pancake. In real life, that part of R-Bowl is right around 34 degrees, which is pretty darned steep for an inbounds ski run.
The clip that starts at 2:43 is on the south-facing flank of Rock Springs Bowl and that spot is right at 40 degrees. It's steep enough that you can see the snow sluffing with me (and with Karen as she skis).
I just think it's an interesting illustration of how much a camera lens "flattens" the terrain. Particularly when you are looking straight up or downhill.