Wild Life - Lapping Alta Ski Area

Wild Life Episode 1 from Dubsatch Collective
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Hayden Price and Thayne Rich take a few laps around their home mountain, Alta Ski Area. These guys know all the ins and outs of the resort and make the whole place their playground. Filmed exclusively on the Sony ActionCam Mini.

 


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