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Skiers Score Rare Descent of Tallest Peak In Wasatch Range (Watch)

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I got a tasty little clip for all of you this afternoon, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

The video below shows Adam Sapers (@adamsapers) scoring a descent of Mount Nebo, the tallest peak in the Wasatch Range.

Mount Nebo is rarely skied because of the “tough access, long climb, and dangerous terrain.”

That didn’t stop Sapers and Adam Littlefield (@alittlefield) from getting a tasty descent in the spring sun earlier this week.

Mount Nebo stands 11,933′ above sea level with an impressive 5,489′ of prominence. It’s also the southernmost peak of the Wasatch Range.

Check out the awesome clip below. Looks like the corn harvest was bountiful! Well done to both of these guys. I love to see it.

Mount Nebo Header Image Credit: Wikipedia commons

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