Alex Gavic and his homies at Paradise have been sending me edits all season and I think the recent pow is reminiscent of early December when most of this edit was shot. These guys know how to have a good time and have more skills than just building and hitting jumps. Alex and his buddies hiked the Y-Couloir two times last week just to see how things were looking. That is pretty baller considering that the Y is super thin right now with rock gnar on the exit and mega sugar up near the top. Keep it rolling fellas and keep sending us the goods!
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Clear the landing or get the shot for the boys? #fortheboys