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Terrifying First-Person Ski Run Through Narrow Ridge

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Little thanks to Roger Moore, it’s all too easy to associate the term 'ski stunts' with the off-piste antics of 007, the spy slaloming around submachine machine gun with wanton ease.
 
Well in this video we’re presented with a ski run that poses significantly more danger, as pro skier Cody Townsend hurtles down what we can only describe as one of the most insane mountain ridges we've ever laid eyes on, running straight down the crack of one seriously large mountain.
 
From the atmospheric build-up we see just how tall the summit is via ‘copter shots of the mastiff. But it’s not long before it’s enough with the eye candy and straight onto the first-person terror as our man plummets onto the narrowest of crevices and tear down the ravine like a bat out of hell.
 
No real surprise it won Powder Magazine’s Line of the Year (previous winners include Tony Montana). Yeah, we’ll just stick to the slopes accessible by ski lift now.

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