Nick Ennen drops an 80-foot cliff in Montana

Pacific Northwest shred Nick Ennen knows his way around the backcountry as well as anyone so while most would look at this 80-foot Montana cliff and only gawk, he charges this beast with confidence and precision.

From Funner Snowboarding’s YouTube:

Nick Ennen went to Cooke City, Montana with the Wildcard crew and photographer Jordan Ingmire a while back. Nick was riding down a gnarly face when he ended up going about 80-100 feet off the hugest cliff in the area. Jordan worked his photography magic and they ended up with the photo in a issue of Transworld Snowboarding.

This video looks behind the scenes at what Nick’s feeling as he drops down the face and approaches the edge of the larger than expected drop.

Music by the Endorfins – “Pleiades”

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