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How hard can it be to ski those beautiful Alaskan spines that we see in almost every ski and snowboard production over the last decade? If you would ask one person, it might as well be Henrik Windstedt. Henrik has spent quite some time in the incredible terrains of AK over the years and has become an expert of managing a wide range of slopes and conditions. With his smooth style and exceptional line of vision, he has mastered many steep faces. He, if anyone, knows how thin the line can be between the run of your life and a miscalculation that can put you in serious danger. In the small web-series Sketchy Lines, Henrik Windstedt will take you through different hazards and give you a lecture in AK shredding.

In the first episode of Sketchy Lines, Henrik guides us down the face while getting blinded by snow in every turn and at the same time, mastering the power of the fall line. After “the point of no return” we buckle up and tag along. Enjoy.


freerdie, Henrik Windstedt, Powder

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