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Jackson Hole’s 2019 Kings and Queens of Corbet’s is going to be nuts

Corbet’s Couloir. It’s one of the most iconic inbounds runs in North America. The ragged chute cut into the side of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Rendezvous Mountain often requires a mandatory air (upwards of 15 feet) to drop in and was the site of one of 2018’s most progressive ski contests: The Kings and Queens of Corbet’s. The competition sees skiers and snowboarders huck their meat into Corbet’s, where, assuming they’ve landed on their feet, they continue through the chute, hitting some manmade jumps before crossing the finish line. The contest is peer-judged based upon speed, commitment and degree of difficulty, innovative and progressive maneuvers and control and stomped landings.

Enjoy this video recapping the evolution of the event and get hyped for the 2019 edition, kicking off February 10. For more info, click here.

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