A crew in Whistler Blackcomb's Highest Level Nintendo Terrain Park come across a lost GoPro. They agree it needs to go to Lost & Found, but there's a perfect park session begging to be shot with it first.
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Here's a tasty edit from John Wells and the crew over at www.doglotion.com. With only a handful of sunny snow days, these guys really nailed it. The light's amazing and they crush a few cherry lines in the backcountry off Whistler Blackcomb. Wells even boosts a massive early season air, putting his new gear to the test.
A University professor unveils the relationship between daredevils, DNA and the quest for the dopamine rush. Whistler Blackcomb unveils the path to satisfying the craving with some of the steepest and deepest in-bounds terrain anywhere in the world.