Devin Stratton posted a video a while back showing his footage from the ill-fated skiing session he had on the backside of Mount Timpanogos.
Stratton had a camera mounted to his helmet when things went left for him. Everything seemed to be fine until he hit a bump that lead to a 150-foot cliff fall.
Lucky Stratton turned out to be okay and was not injured at all.
“Turns out I am afraid of heights… Miraculously I didn’t even have a bruise! I did break a lot of gear including my helmet. Thanks to Matt for helping me dig for nearly 5 hours I found my lost ski and skied down,” Statton said.
He told the Washington Post, “I immediately thought about my cousin who was left a quadriplegic from a car accident and thought, “I’m gonna be paralyzed.”
“I prayed in my head in midair. It doesn’t sound like it in the raw footage because I’m cussing. But in my head, I was praying.”
The video shows Stratton following another skier when he falls off the cliff: