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Wet and Wild Summer Skiing on the Matterhorn

Slashing hot slush is one of the great joys of late-season skiing. It's soft, forgiving, and ridiculously fun to shred. Will Wesson, Lauri Kivari, Sämi Ortlieb, and Fabian Bösch are clearly fans of slushy skiing, and don't mind getting a little wet along the way. While shooting for Line's Zermatt Glacier Days, they decided check out the streams cascading down the glacier—a soggy endeavor, to say the least. 

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Whereas most people choose to ski around the streams, or even jump over them, the Line crew opted to ski in them, and laced up some seriously flowy lines. 

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