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- Snow Safety: Prepping the Red Bull Cold Rush Terrain
Snow Safety: Prepping the Red Bull Cold Rush Terrain
- MAR 15, 2011
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- Prepping the course for a ski event takes some serious work when you're in the Colorado backcountry. Tag along with Silverton Mountain owner Aaron Brill as he and his crew run a bit of avalanche control to prepare the terrain for Red Bull Cold Rush.
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