Ok this is not a cliff obviously, but it was a natural feature that my friend and I found at tyrol and decided lets go off it. I am from the Midwest and this is the only thing that I have gone off of that resembles a cliff drop.
The reason for the slowness was because the "peak chair" wasn't open and we had to cut and go up a hill which slowed us drastically. This also looked like a monster when I was looking at it and now seeing the video I am like wow that looked super dumb and I landed backseat.
So now when I see cliffs that look huge on video I am like holy shit that was huge!
I have been introduced to a hole different kind of skiing and I can't wait to move out west to really live the full experience!
My question though is what's the secret to doing things like this bigger and cleaner? This didn't hurt my feet and no I didn't hit my knees on my face, but anything bigger would hurt me so how do you guys do it without getting hurt?