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The Fifty Ep.13: The Landry Line on Colorado’s Pyramid Peak

This installment of The Fifty might be the most hair-raising to date. The Landry Line on Colorado's 14,025-foot Pyramid Peak is steep, exposed, and hard to access, well-deserving of its reputation as one of the state's premier test pieces. Luckily, Cody and Bjarne were able to recruit the help of two locals: Pete Gaston, a randonee racer, and Penn Newhard, who coauthored the book which inspired the project.

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Cody performs some boot surgery atop Pyramid Peak. 

This line was filmed in early April, shortly after Colorado experienced one of its most dangerous avalanche cycles in recent memory. Massive debris fields and numerous downed trees in the valley below Pyramid Peak drive home the importance of choosing the right moment to ski a line as potentially consequential as the Landry Line.

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POV: Just Another Gnarly Day in Chamonix
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POV: Just Another Gnarly Day in Chamonix

POV: Just Another Gnarly Day in Chamonix

Chamonix had a somewhat strange season this year, with unseasonably hot weather in April followed by massive snowstorms in May. For weeks, locals were concerned about their favorite lines not coming into shape this year, but that all seems to have changed. Check out this rowdy clip from FWT champion and Cham local Leo Slemett teaming up with fellow local and IFMGA guide Ross Hewitt on a descent of a classic line off the Aiguille du Midi. Nothing like scaring yourself silly before skiing up to

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Super Frenchie Ski BASE Jumps Off Mont Blanc’s Summit
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Super Frenchie Ski BASE Jumps Off Mont Blanc’s Summit

Super Frenchie Ski BASE Jumps Off Mont Blanc’s Summit

Congratulations are in order for Matthias Giraud, also known as the Super Frenchie, who ski-BASE jumped off a serac near the summit of Mont Blanc yesterday, June 24th, 2019. The Frenchman became the first ever to jump from the Eiger, Matterhorn, and Mont Blanc, and also snagged the record for highest-altitude ski-BASE jump (14,298 feet).  RELATED: Climbers Illegally Land Plane Near Mont Blanc's Summit Giraud's caption on Youtube provides some insight into what

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Throwback: Adam Delorme is a Butter Deity
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Throwback: Adam Delorme is a Butter Deity

Throwback: Adam Delorme is a Butter Deity

If you've been watching ski edits for less than five years, there's a decent chance that you haven't even heard of Adam Delorme. His skiing was and still is incredible, but he doesn't have the exposure which has become common among skiing's elite. Homie doesn't even have an Instagram (gasp!).   RELATED: Angel Collinson Annihilates Alaska If you don't know who we're talking about, this edit is the perfect introduction to Delorme's skiing. He's not going to spin into the future— in fact