I would never want Dean Cummings as my ski guide. For all I know he just might jump off a 50 foot ledge leaving me and my friends at the top of the mountain.
Let’s face it, the guy’s a legend. At 49 years old he’s done it all. In 1995 he was crowned World Extreme Skiing Champion and now he’s “settling down” as a mountain guide and leader in avalanche education in Valdez, Alaska.
In this POV, Dean brings us along to Little Pontoon for the making of The Masquerade, a ski film set to be released in the fall. On his descent he takes a slight detour to show us what it feels like to drop 50 feet down an behemoth of a mountain. He’s also guiding professional free skiers Sean Pettit, Mark Abma, and Richard Permin.
If they choose to follow Dean’s path, they’ll be down the mountain in no time.