The Perfect Glades - Ski The East: Working For The Weekend

Working For The Weekend S3|E5 - The Perfect Glade

Sometimes the conditions, terrain and crew line up just right. This final episode from the Chic Choc Mountains of Quebec features Ben, Louise, and Paige discovering "the perfect glade" on a glorious sunny powder day.



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