Rowdy Night Skiing from Léo Taillefer GoPro Line of Winter

GoPro Line of the Winter: Léo Taillefer - Val d’Isére, France
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Completely rowdy night skiing GoPro Lline of Winter from the crowin' and yippin' Léo Taillefer in Val d’Isére, France.

 


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