Video 1: Non-POV and POV shots of me skiing Gunsight at Alta followed by Lone Tree at Snowbasin. I'm pretty happy with my skiing at Alta on good snow, and not so happy with my skiing at Snowbasin on not so good snow... and to top it off I rolled over in that chute! My buddy stopped the non-pov video before fell, unfortunately. I'm not sure what happened. It felt like I just lost my edge grip on my downhill ski. I'd love to be more fluid and graceful skiing a firm and narrow chute like that, and welcome any thoughts on how to better stay upright!
Video 2: A quick shot of me skiing Hole-in-the-wall at Mary Jane. I'm reasonably happy with my skiing there, just had to do a hip check after catching my tails. That was a year ago, but I don't think my skiing has changed much since.
It would be great to have something to think about/work on while skiing late season steeps over the next month or so. Thanks much!