While the weather in Utah Valley may have been a bit warmer this weekend, the temperatures in the mountains has still been chilly. 

One local resident showed just how chilly it is at the top of Provo Peak.

A video posted to Facebook Monday by Tanner Maxwell was taken Friday as two local hikers made it to the summit of Provo Peak. 

"Here is a short crappy video of the summit and glissade off Provo Peak last Friday," Maxwell wrote in the Facebook post. 

If you don't know what a glissade is, it's a climbing term that means a controlled slide down the mountain on your rear end. 

The video shows their slide down the 11,068-foot tall mountain. 

One commenter asked the question we all have on our mind, "How's your buttocks?"

Here is a short crappy video of the summit and glissade off Provo Peak last Friday! (Watch in HD)

Posted by Tanner Maxwell on Monday, March 21, 2016

Though the weather has been more springlike in Utah Valley lately, cold weather is making a return. Tuesday's high temperature is forecast at 44 degrees. Wednesday's forecast calls for a chance of rain and snow and highs of 49 degrees.

Stacy Johnson has worked as the Online Editor at the Daily Herald since 2007. Follow her on Twitter at @stacykaye1.

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