Straight-lining a Steep Sketchy Couloir

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Dylan Runner jumps into a steep couloir and straight-lines it to the bottom.  He probably reaches speeds of over 70mph in a matter of seconds. 

"The sketchiest, fastest, steepest couloir I've ever skiied." - Dylan Runner

 


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