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If you’re looking for some serious adrenaline, look no further than Headwaters, the extreme terrain located on the north side of Lone Peak at Big Sky Resort. The annual Spring Runoff, a unique freeskiing event takes place this weekend, March 11-13 and whether you are watching, participating or simply skiing it for fun, you’ll be part of a thrill seeking experience.

Headwaters, known to be some of the best in-bounds extreme skiing in the country requires a hair-curling hike to get to the shoots, but the downhill is completely worth it.

"The Headwaters terrain is such a unique freeskiing venue," said Dave Benes, Big Sky Resort Ski Patrol Assistant Director. "The steeps alone catch your eye, with angles upwards of 55 degrees. The variety of tight, technical lines and wide open amphitheater allow for multiple line combinations and tons of creativity."

To give you perspective, check out this footage.