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How about that massive powder flank to end the run?

Needless to say, we don’t think anyone has skied the high consequence Middle Teton like its just another heli-line except for Griffin Post. But in his case, he didn’t have the luxury of being flown to the top with fresh legs. Mr. Post had to hike over 6,000′ to reach his objective before putting down this massively long run.

*Video courtesy of National Geographic Adventure

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