For the past 4 seasons, the snowfall totals in Utah have been less than ideal, which has been a challenge to filming in the backcountry. However, the mountains of Utah were blessed with great snow during January and February this season. It seemed like every time the Brothers Brower went out, they were skiing in a freshly fallen blanket of snow, reminding us of the classic Utah snow that we grew up skiing. The new snow made different zones and cliffs possible, and the deep landings were a welcome treat. Watch the bros team up with fellow Atomic Athlete Tim Durtschi to drop cliffs, trick jumps, and sink deep turns in the Utah backcountry.
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