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Riverdaze

Editor's Note: With summer in full swing, we're dipping into a few of our favorite warm-weather videos. Last August, a few folks from TGR hit up the Snake River for an afternoon of hardcore relaxing. And thanks to a little creativity, a wakeboard, and a Banshee Bungee, they revealed that you don't need a slick boat to lay down some turns on the water. Enjoy . . .

Wakeboarding is expensive, especially the boat part. That is why we decided to get creative, hook up a Banshee Bungee from a bridge and use the Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to pull us downstream. Surprisingly enough, our little plan worked and we had fun for days!

Music:
Coasts - Paradise EP
“Oceans”
“Your Soul”
“Wallow”

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TGR’s Caite Zeliff: A Conversation With One of Skiing’s Next Superstars.
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TGR’s Caite Zeliff: A Conversation With One of Skiing’s Next Superstars.

TGR’s Caite Zeliff: A Conversation With One of Skiing’s Next Superstars.

Caite chilling on the patio for a little aprés at Jackson Hole. Nic Alegre photo. Caite Zeliff is blowing up!  We're not just talking the bomb-holes at the bottom of a huge, double-stager cliff either. She is truly on her way to being one of the next superstars in skiing. The self-professed goofball has had a dream of becoming a pro skier for a long time but her journey has taken a few big setbacks. Her plan was to become a member of the US Ski Team. Ultimately, after many attempts and

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Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll Completes First Solo Ascent of Fitz Roy Traverse
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Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll Completes First Solo Ascent of Fitz Roy Traverse

Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll Completes First Solo Ascent of Fitz Roy Traverse

There's a lot of different ways to celebrate those milestone birthdays and for climber Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll, soloing Patagonia's formidable Fitz Roy traverse was the best way he could think of. Several days after turning 40, O'Driscoll completed the traverse, although unlike it's previous ascent by Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold, he did it in reverse. While the route itself is only four miles, it gains 13,000 feet of elevation and spans across the six peaks of the Cerro Fitz Roy.

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TGR Top 5: What you Loved the Most
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TGR Top 5: What you Loved the Most

TGR Top 5: What you Loved the Most

We couldn't pick just our top 10 so we made it 15. Well, you guys did. Here are 5 more of your favorite posts from TGR this year, carousel style! Hop on!  1. Josh Gold absolutely sent it in the backcountry near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. You want angles? We got 'em.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) 2. You all went wild for International Dog Day. Look at all these good pups we found!  View this post