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"The most important thing to dropping cliffs is knowing that the snow is good. It needs to be soft and the cliff should have a steep landing with no rocks in it. Jumping a big cliff with a flat landing means that you're most likely going to feel some pain and you're an idiot. You don't need much speed for most cliffs, so make sure you don't overshoot it. Landing is the most difficult part, and I mostly ride pow boards with a short tail so I can have my body weight centered almost forward. Lastly, don't lean back."
Ride Utah staffer, Josh Scheuerman, prepares for the North Face Masters series at age 33. Armed with a huge beard and ambition to give it his best, here's to wishing Josh success at the Masters. Josh weights in on the approaching comp.