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First Tracks

posted: 03/27/2006

"We had to stick to the trees because the wind and visibility were bad," says photographer Matthew Scholl, who took this shot of Canadian Leif Zapf-Gilje from 30 feet up a tree at Chile's Termas de Chillan resort. Scholl had the benefit of perching on a three-foot-wide platform used for a cable zip. But, he admits, "It was scary. I had to be very careful where I put my weight. There were 27 inches of fresh snow, so I wouldn't have gotten hurt if I fell - unless I landed on my head." For more of Scholl's Chile images, click here.


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