Trevor Sexsmith of PerpetualSki.com just sent us this video last night and we’ll have to say that we’re impressed. This is the second big line this guy has skied this summer in powder snow.
The previous line was in Banff and was a biggie. He thinks that this one was even bigger.
The line is this video is called 3/4*.
*”It is more accurately known as the 3/3.5 couloir, as it is between peak 3 (Bowlen, 10,078′) and peak 4 (Tonsa, 10,016) of the over 10,000 foot peaks encircling Moraine Lake. However, there is another couloir, but on a west aspect dropping down from between peak 3 and 4. Therefore, the unnamed lump “peak 3.5” was born to correctly identify the two different couloirs. However, 3/4 is its more common and less complex name, hence its proliferation.” – Trevor Sexsmith