Cody Townsend just did something that probably few skiers would consider attempting.
The California man’s feat caught on a first person camera shows just how small his margin for error was.
“The chute is probably 5-6 feet wide at its narrowest I’d guess,” Townsend told the New York Daily News. “It was hard to tell though because honestly, I was going so fast I wasn’t paying attention to anything that wasn’t directly in front of me. You’re focused on where you need to go, not on the details of what’s around you.”
Townsend says the mountain has no official name, but says he’s given it a name not fit for print.
This is some pretty breathtaking stuff.