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Luck after an accident

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I've been watching Cody Townsend's Fifty Project on YouTube (great series and really interesting). The last episode ended with them spotting a guy falling down a couloir and then they left it on a cliff hanger. This is the follow up explaining what happened and how they dealt with it. What's remarkable to me is how lucky the guy is that they were out there and happened to have stopped and be looking back up at the moment he fell. It's not exactly close either, so could've been easy not to see him even if they were looking in the right direction.

What's also sparkingly obvious to me is that it's bonkers to be skiing terrain like that seemingly on your own. Doubly so if you see the conditions from the previous episode
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