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Epic snow

Red Mountain Resort felt it would be proper to pay homage to the local shredders, groms, veterans and pow lovers with video.

The 2012/13 ski season brought Rosslanders more than just epic snow conditions and plentiful powder, it brought out some stellar talent all captured on footage by the talented ones themselves.

Red Mountain Resort felt it would be proper to pay homage to the local shredders, groms, veterans, pow lovers, and the like by sharing with everyone the videos they shared with the resort.

So the resort staff decided to put together a new Red user-submitted video section as part of its newly revamped video page on RedResort.com.

These are some “pretty insane” user-made and user-shared videos, so check them out and share them with other like-minded souls.

“You’re checking out the future of skiing right here,” said a Red Mountain post on their website.

 

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