Here’s the thing about making carving a halfpipe out of a glacier, glaciers shift and glaciers crack and sometimes these fissures show up on surface. Not sure how they repaired this or if it naturally healed with a bit of sunlight and time but it’s a stark reminder that summer riding at Saas-Fee is unique on several levels.
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