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Every sunny day we had in the Tordrillo Mountains was epic! And every day after was even more epic than the last. I remember being out this one day for a full 14 hours, shooting what I knew was the best snowboarding in the history of the sport. As the sun started to make its way to the horizon, we packed up and with minimal fuel started our flight back to the lodge. Then, over the next ridge, Travis spotted this amazing spine line with perfect light, and over the headset begged the pilot to turn around and drop him on top for one last run.
Reluctantly, the pilot gave in and we were back in action again. It was 9:37 p.m. and the sun was dropping when Travis dropped into this line. I shot from the hovering helicopter a few hundred feet out in front of him. Later, Travis described this line as one of the best runs of his life. Four feet of blower pow on each side of these almost vertical spines. Another day in the history books.
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