The end of the season was approaching and we were running out of things to do in Verbier. There was definitely no freeride this late on and the park had started to melt so badly that there were rocks in the run in and out run of almost every feature. Because of the extreme heat up the mountain the snow started to melt on one of the runs and a small puddle started to form. The puddle began to grow about 2 metres everyday and towards the end it was getting close to 30 feet long. Everyone on the mountain took full advantage of this new feature and I got more crashes on film in those 3 days than the rest of the season combined. Just wait until you see the footage, complete carnage!