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Jesper Tjäder had a heck of a season. The 23-year-old Swedish freestyle skier finished 5th at the FIS World Cup Slopestyle Championships in Silvaplana, Switzerland, won the Swedish Slopestyle National Championships at Skellefteå, and put down a switch loop-de-loop at the Audi Nines event in Sölden, Austria.
But his season wasn’t all work and no play. Jesper and some friends found time to build another amazing tree run at his home mountain of Åre, Sweden. The Swede’s GoPro footage of a clean run through the course features tree-slides, river gaps and backflips galore. Of course, like most movies being released these days, this is a sequel to the original Jesper’s Forest, which has amassed over 2.3 million views since its release last spring.