Skier follows tracks and falls of 150-foot cliff but miraculously survives without a single bruise
Devin Stratton (25) was skiing in Wasatch Range in Utah when decided to follow some tracks in the snow. Seconds later he was skiing in the air, falling of a 150-foot cliff.
Devin finally ends on his back. He thinks the two and a half feet of soft snow and the fact that he was wearing a backpack helpt break his fall. He captured the whole incident with his go pro and posted it on Instagram on tuesday. The video went viral after that.
Devin is going to be more carefull in the future. “If I’m unfamiliar with the territory, I’m gonna go slow until I know it really well,” he told the Washington Post.