Chilling discovery by four-time Australian Olympic snowboarder Scotty James who came across this crevasse smack dab in the middle of a groomer at Saas-Fee in the Swiss Alps. Saas-Fee is located on a glacier so these type of obstacles occur time to time so I guess you gotta be heads up even if you’re on an active ski trail. Sketchy.

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Replying to @Sammy Girl New fear unlocked 😬

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About Saas-Fee:

Saas-Fee, nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps, is a world-renowned ski resort that captivates winter enthusiasts with its breathtaking landscapes and exceptional skiing opportunities. Often referred to as the “Pearl of the Alps,” Saas-Fee stands out for its car-free village, preserving a charming, traditional atmosphere. The resort is situated in the Saas Valley, surrounded by majestic peaks, including the iconic Dom, the highest mountain entirely within Switzerland.

Skiers and snowboarders flock to Saas-Fee for its high-altitude skiing, ensuring excellent snow conditions throughout the season. The Allalin Glacier provides year-round skiing, making Saas-Fee a haven for those seeking a longer winter sports experience. The resort caters to all skill levels, offering a variety of slopes, from gentle beginners’ runs to challenging expert trails.

Saas-Fee’s infrastructure is modern and well-developed, with a network of lifts, gondolas, and cable cars facilitating access to the diverse terrain. The Ice Pavilion, a unique attraction inside a glacier, adds an extra dimension to the experience, allowing visitors to explore ice sculptures and tunnels beneath the glacial surface.

Beyond skiing, Saas-Fee offers a range of activities, from ice climbing and winter hiking to tobogganing, ensuring there’s something for everyone. The village itself exudes Alpine charm, featuring traditional wooden chalets, inviting restaurants, and cozy après-ski spots. Saas-Fee’s commitment to sustainability and its stunning alpine setting make it a top choice for those seeking an unforgettable winter sports getaway in the heart of the Swiss Alps.