(NEWSER) – Even world-class freeskiers can have a bad day in the powder—and a heart-stopping video that's now circulating shows how that happened to Angel Collinson last spring during a movie shoot. The video, taken in Alaska’s Neacola Mountains, was footage to be used in Teton Gravity Research's film Paradise Waits, but the mountain had other plans for the 26-year-old Utah skier, reports the Alaska Dispatch News.

The video shows Collinson start her run, only to hit a patch of icy snow and tumble 1,000 vertical feet down the mountain, careening for 25 white-knuckle seconds. "Being the badass that she is, Angel came out unscathed, but the footage will leave you wondering how she escaped without injury," reads the description posted by TGR under the YouTube video, promoted during the company's Safety Week 2016 to inform other backcountry athletes of such dangers.

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