"Oh! No! Ughhhhh! Mmmmhhh! Ughhhhhh! Ahhhhhhh!"
In case you were wondering, that's the muffled, terrifying sound a skier makes when tumbling 1,600 feet down the side of a steep, snowy mountain in under a minute.
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Pro skier Ian McIntosh was in Alaska's Neacola range being filmed by Teton Gravity Research for their ski and snowboard movie "Paradise Waits." McIntosh, Mac for short, is originally from British Columbia and grew up in a family of skiers, according to his profile.
The movie, which is out now, follows a team of intrepid snowboarders and skiers awaiting winter's arrival, and the tricks they pull off when the snow finally hits. In case you want to live vicariously through them, here's the trailer.
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McIntosh thought he'd studied the line thoroughly, but then fell into a hidden trench on one of his first turns, Teton Gravity Research explained in a blog post. He tried to regain his footing and lost a ski. "I pulled my airbag to help prevent against any possible trauma injuries as I tumbled to the bottom," McIntosh said in the post. Watch the crazy video below: