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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-23-2011, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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A few edits coming out of steamboat colorado

A few edits from this season and seasons past made by me and some friends. All filmed in Steamboat and areas close by. Steamboat doesn't get much coverage so i'd appreciate it if you all check it out.

‪Steamboat Mid season edit‬‏ - YouTube

‪steamboat late season‬‏ - YouTube

‪Steamboat spring session‬‏ - YouTube

‪extremeboat‬‏ - YouTube
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Hey man really like the edits. I have some really close family friends in steamboat and have gone there every year for 5 years now. Just wanted to ask you were you go on a powder morning and some nice trees. Also were is that tree jib located at. I usually ride the trees off the sundown express? Any spots would be greatly appreciated. Don't be worried to get specific i know the mountain very well
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Hey man tree jibs are off pony express lift in some trees, kind of difficult to find, the other tree jibs are off why not cat track just before getting to thunderhead but they were taken down this winter. The tree tap at the end of the POV edit was at the beggining of the why not cat track.
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Also best places to go on a powder morning would be any of the hike to trails off of morning side lift, north saint pats, east face, or no names are probably the best.
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All right man thanks . Always loved morning side lift trees. If your too lazy to hike what would be other good spots?
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Shadows and closets off of storm and sundown are probably steamboats most known tree runs. Trees that run off of Elk head and South peak lifts are less popular and also very good spots.
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Rode the south peak liftline last year had some great powder with minimal tracks and it was the end of the day love that run. Rode elk and liked it. Same with shadows love every inch of those trees under sundown lift. I Will have to try closets. Do you just take highline and turn into those trees?
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Pretty good edits. The first one was my fave. Steamboat looks pretty fun.

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ya the first one was the best. I would have thrown in follow shots (not pov) to change it up because helmet cams never do it justice. But they were great vids! You have some awesome snow and killer terrain!

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yeah it would have been nice to mix in some non POV shots. I don't know if you checked out the 4th edit but that one has a lot of pow shots filmed long lens that show the terrain much better.
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