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I posted the one above for your entertainment. What im looking for is the one where the dude is traversing accross a mogul field when he catches a heelside edge and starts sliding down the mountain headfirst on his back for like 20 seconds. At the end he sends it in the same position off a 80 footer basically to a groomer where people ask if he is okay.
The 2nd video and this video, are you serious? Classic example of people riding in areas they shouldnt be in. Slaushmens at bridger has a ton of sick shit but 1/3 of the chutes/gullys are unskiable unless there is a fuck ton of snow, that snowboarder didnt seem to know that. I skied one gully there to get to this epic untracked snowfield and some of the gullys we passed were pure rocks, traverse was awful. The gully we skied down was terrible too, barely worth making it to this sick zone, but it was a bad snow year (two years ago) when there is alot of snow (like three years ago) slaushmens is a paradise.
Yes, I see this shit a lot in the Canadian Rockies, city people who have no experience in dangerous environments that venture into places no experienced rider would even want to go until conditions are ideal. At mount Seymour, there is the Aussie pit, named from the first group that got lost down there.