The early season shredding at Snowbird has been improving in the last few days. With about a foot of new fluff out there this weekend things are softened up a bit on the upper mountain and the rocks are just a little more covered than they were last week. Gavin Smith and his homies Nick Greener and Eric Fabbri have been charging hard all year regardless of snow conditions. You can see lines like Macaroni Chute, Elevator, Rock Chute and South Chute go down in this edit with some low tide conditions.
Makes sense but never occurred to me. Check these NH ladies showing off a little skin during the final days of the season at Loon.
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Solid edit from creek known as Butt Crack Creek with a little lego action mixed in. Enjoy!