Backcountry Skiing With Aurélien Ducroz

I just wanted to show you the best couloir ever.
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Venture out to Lofoten, Norway and Chamonix, France with 3 x Freeride World Tour Champion free skier, Aurelien Ducroz. Back country skiing like you've never seen before.

 


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