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Is this steepest descent ever?

by connordavis | June 13, 2014

The first time steep skiing specialist, Giles Sierro, attempted to conquer the north face of the Blanche de Perroc  in the Swiss Alps, it didn’t go well. The second time didn’t either. Yet the third time, he nailed it with finesse, becoming the first person to ever get it done. This nearly vertical run is truly hard to comprehend. Check out the full coverage from Teton Gravity Research here.






[Photos courtesy of David Carlier]


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