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Cassidy and the Utah Yetis

Cassidy Doucette grew up ski racing around the world and developed a taste for travel and the thrill of sliding downhill early in life. Upon moving to Utah from Idaho in 2005 she ditched the gates in favor of chasing deep snow and tight trees. Today she works as a nurse at the Huntsman Cancer Hospital in Salt Lake City and still manages to ski over 70 days a year—often with the the Utah Yetis, a group of friends who live to play in the mountains with one another.

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