Flashback to Feb. 19, 2011 – We finally got some visibility after 8 feet of snow fell on Squaw. I was extremely excited to hit a couple features, primarily the Powder Horn (Radness Roller according to the late and great Shane McConkey; “It’s right under KT, you can’t call it something lame like the Powder Horn.”). The snow was a bit deep for some of the high speed landings we quickly realized, but had a few fun airs anyways. There are a couple shots mixed in from yesterday as well. Riders are Mat Jackson, Ben Pacciotti, and Ralph Backstrom. Music by Ratatat off the LP4 album titled Bare Feast, edited by Ralph Backstrom.
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