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Monday morning main chute. Everything sorta lined up perfectly today, allowing @lccisclosed and I to take first tracks down one of the better preseason lines in the Wasatch, in that kind of snow Utah is famous for . . . Word of caution: the skin up, bottom 200’, and apron all were very boney and shallow.. like booting down shallow, especially after we scraped it out. We poked into it cautiously, and this video was the only part of the chute you could ride aggressively with confidence.. I wouldn’t go up there if I were you #bottomlessblower #shekindagoes #rockboardftw
While this video is certainly epic for October, do take it with a grain of salt. As Mitch McDermott's explains in his instagram post, the skin up was definitely sketchy. However, if you're willing to brave the sharks, you just might find the goods as he did on this classic Alta line.
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