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Video: Dubsatch Collective In Alaska Episodes 1 and 2

This season Utah has had the worst snow year since '76, with that in mind Nate Cahoon, Leo Ahrens and Sam Cohen made the long trip up to Girdwood, Alaska, to check out the amazing Chugach Mountains. The snow kept on falling as the days grew longer. The crew found themselves camping in negative 15 degree temperatures, flying in bushplanes throughout the Chugach and skiing some of the most incredible terrain available in life.

With a ton of new snowfall and little daylight we were only able to ski and film so much. Here is Ep02, enjoy.

Nate Cahoon: Cinematography/Editing
Leo Ahrens: Additional Shots/Motion Graphics
Sam Cohen & Zach Halverson: Skiers

Thanks to all the sponsors who made this possible:
Backcountry.com, Smith Optics, Goal Zero and MFD All-Time

Additional thanks to: Salomon Freeski, Dakine, Blizzard/Technica, Faction skis and Joystick Poles.

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