Canadian Ski Resort Reflects On Last Season's Best Save

Backslaps, tomahawking, and full-on yardsails... there are a lot of alternatives to stomping landings.

But what happens when you do a little bit of both? RED Mountain Resort in Canada recorded what may be the "save of the season."

Officials at RED Resort posted the above footage with a question to the public: "Who remembers this wonky wizardry from Fisher Goosman during last year's Canadian Open Freeride Championships Junior National event?"

Wonky wizardry indeed. Or really fresh knees.

This clip is from the 2023 Canadian Open Junior Freeride Championships, which included "175 of the best up-and-coming freeskiers in North America, who showed up to Link’s Line and put on quite the show."

Link's Line is a freeskier's paradise, with trees and terrain up the wazoo.

There were a number of crashes, but a lot of the Junior Freeride skiers landing some gnarly drops, too.

Watch footage from the 2023 Canadian Open Junior National at RED Mountain Resort below. A lot of sending going on in Canada!

"Keep your eyes locked on Links Line from February 2nd to 4th to see what these crazy kids have in store for us this year!"

We're stoked to see it.

If there's anything better than seeing pro skiers huck cliffs, it's seeing kids huck cliffs. So rad.

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