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Wade White became the first person to descend Mount Elbert, Colorado's highest peak and the second tallest peak in the continental United States at 14,433 feet above sea level, on a snowskate. This feat was documented in Starfish, a snowskate magazine as well as the article "Snowskating at 14,000 Feet" in Frequency: The Snowboarder's Journal.
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