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Walking with skis on snow, falling feet first, and linked side slips is no big deal.  Do the exact same thing with exposure and suddenly it's a great ski video.  :dunno

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There is a quicker way down. Ned                                                                                                                                                      


Edited by NED79 - 12/16/15 at 4:09pm
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That was just stupid.

what I see is a guy very gingerly working his way along a very dicey cornice, which unfortunatly makes up the bulk of the video, to ski very fast down a very steep face, most likely followed by a couple thousand meters of excellent but not particularly thrilling skiing that didn't make the cut. Hard to appreciate what he's doing from Go-Pro footage with no establishing shot.

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There is a quicker way down. Ned                                                                                                                                                      

 

LOL...the youtube comment  "He respawned back to the top."

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