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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-23-2011, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Cool.

Do you have a split, or do you solely use sled access?

I've asked you before, but what editing software do you use (I believe you told me Sony Vegas Pro?)?
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Cool.

Do you have a split, or do you solely use sled access?

I've asked you before, but what editing software do you use (I believe you told me Sony Vegas Pro?)?
no split.. i am too lazy, plus i can ride my sled to the top of most peaks
Vegas Pro 10 and sometimes After Effects.. the end logo splatter was done in AE for this vid.


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So you just ride ur sled up and leave it?! Please explain how you guys ride backcountry, sorry I am just very intrigued and never have gone.
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Ghost ride that bitch...... or tag team it up
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So you just ride ur sled up and leave it?! Please explain how you guys ride backcountry, sorry I am just very intrigued and never have gone.
1 sled/two up/1 down - trade off and repeat. move on to next untracked bowl/tree run, repeat


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ahh. Now I get it.
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Im living In WA now, and would LOVE to do this, if you don't mind, where do you go, and is there some place i can rent a snowmobile from??
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Im living In WA now, and would LOVE to do this, if you don't mind, where do you go, and is there some place i can rent a snowmobile from??
Do you have experience riding in the backcountry? If not, this is a bad thing to just try out for the first time.

I assume these guys have experience, avy gear, and go with other guys that know what they are doing.

Sorry if I sound like your mom or something, but I always wanted to do this stuff too, but the more you learn, the more you realize it can be pretty dangerous and you really need to know what you are doing. I am starting out small with some avy gear and learning more while sticking to the slack country.
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I second schmitty's post. It's not that easy, you don't just rent a snowmobile and head into the mountains.

Seriously, read up more.
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