Also, if you listen to what the skiers and riders in Come Find Us say, it's mainly focusing on how Montana is awesome, yet things just aren't big enough there. Anybody who's ever ski'd Montana knows how kick ass the state is, but them expanding out-of-state is just in search of gnarlier, crazier, but mainly BIGGER things to hit. Hence, Pyramids...
don't leave your jump up if you don't want it to get hit. Not to mention, in the most high traffic, slack-country area imaginable. Might I add, that was TSP's first time EVER in Grizzly, so what, they own it now?
i understand that, people dust jumps all the time, dusting isnt poaching.
at the same time though, knowing someone put 20 hours of work in on a jump to get shots for their movie that is coming out in the fall and then going out and dusting it off to get shots for your webisode thats gonna drop in a week isnt that cool.
We left that jump up knowing full well it would get slayed. We were just stoked to be there and set up something that we've been dreaming of doing since we started watching ski movies. That was our first time filming outside of Montana so we figured we'd shoot for the stars. Thanks to all you Utah dudes for sharing your BC with us.