Professional snowboarder Seb Toots first carried out a top to bottom run through the streets of Montreal four years ago, and now the champion returns for another daring jaunt across his home city.

Setting off from the vertiginous slopes of Mount Royal, Toots' second take features all kinds of spots including stair sets and graveyards. "We wanted to show Mount Royal's potential. We're one of the only cities in the world with a mountain in the middle... and we wanted to put Montreal on the snowboarding map," said Toots in an interview with Radio-Canada Wednesday morning.

Check out the run above, and in case you missed it last time around, find the first video below.

Elsewhere in the world of extreme sports, Thrasher have just released this new edit starring Bucky Lasek.

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