Building and Riding the NEW Snake Pit! Larger leap & sketchier B-line

Snake Pit is one of Berm Peak’s most iconic features, but it is starting to rot away. Today we will dismantle the rotted segment of Snake Pit and build a new feature in its place.

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14 Comments:

  1. Dude! Thank you so much for the opportunity to see this in person and letting us hit it. Scary fun!

  2. Yowzers, that’s intense!

  3. To help with the cedar cracking, if you blunt the tip of the screw it should prevent cracking. Whack it with your hammer or hammer it into something hard and you should be gravy.

  4. T@p (me) t.0. h@ve {sEx} with !ME!

    10:45 Fun fact: I’m 90% sure the insect shown here is not a bee or a wasp, but rather a hoverfly. Hoverflies are a group of true flies that have evolved to disguise themselves as other species that have a defensive sting, despite not having any venom themselves. In the field of ecology, this is referred to as Batesian mimicry.

  5. Literally what a psychopath

  6. LetsBoogieDown

    Kudos on the DIY chainsaw repair! That was lovely. (Tool manufacturers: “what?! Serialize and lockdown ALL the things!”)

  7. So awesome – loved it!

  8. FullsendMtbBois

    What with the Backyard trail build sticker on the landing

  9. Can we just take a moment to appreciate the slow-mo side shot of the jump? Really cinematic

  10. Nia-πŸ’– 𝐹**БК ΠœΠ• - Π‘ΠΠ•π’žπ’¦ 𝑀𝒴 Π π‘…πŸ’πΉπΌπΏΠ•πŸ”ž

    10:45 Fun fact: I’m 90% sure the insect shown here is not a bee or a wasp, but rather a hoverfly. Hoverflies are a group of true flies that have evolved to disguise themselves as other species that have a defensive sting, despite not having any venom themselves. In the field of ecology, this is referred to as Batesian mimicry.

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