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Coming in at 4,138 vertical feet, the top-to-bottom run at Jackson Hole is a rite of passage for skiers (and their quads) everywhere. Dropping over twice the vertical of average ski runs in North America, this legendary descent features more kinds of terrain in one go than you can find on most mountains in an entire day.
To put the GoPro HERO7 Black's new Hypersmooth technology to the test, TGR star Tim Durtschi just cranked a run featuring everything from the legendary Corbet's Couloir to mogul fields to pristine groomers. He didn't stop, he didn't use a gimbal, and the entire thing is so smooth it's almost enough to make you think you could do the same.