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The Trailer Dump

Teton Gravity Research Way of Life 

4FRNT CRJ: The Chronicle of a Freeskiing Icon 

Sherpas Cinema Into the Mind

Sweetgrass Valhalla 

Tom Wallisch The Wallisch Project 

Poor Boyz Chasing Skylines 

4BI9 All Damn Day

Level 1 Partly Cloudy

Salomon Salomon Freeski TV Season 7

Legs of Steel The Lost

Matchstick Productions and Red Bull Media House McConkey

Field Productions Supervention

PVS Company Time

Chaoz Productions Head Straight

The RadBots Brother Nature

Warren Miller Ticket to Ride

Junkies on a Budget Job Satori

Aidan Sheahan Insight

Stept Mutiny 

Powderwhore Productions Elevation

AMC Breaking Bad

Walt has yet to show us his ski skills.  Maybe someday he'll hit up Sandia Peak.

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An Atmospheric River is Headed to the Sierra
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An Atmospheric River is Headed to the Sierra

An Atmospheric River is Headed to the Sierra

This post originally appeared on Powderchasers.com My endorphins are flowing this morning as significant amounts of POW are going to be falling in a wide area of the west over the next 5 days! “The powder maps are lit up from the Pacific Northwest through the entire Sierra range followed by decent leftovers in the Tetons, central/southern Idaho and eventually Colorado this week.” Currently my best chase odds for the deepest snow will be in the Pacific Northwest (2-4 feet this week), Sierra

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Parker White is Silently Crushing the Backcountry
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Parker White is Silently Crushing the Backcountry

Parker White is Silently Crushing the Backcountry

  Parker White is a force in skiing. His style was forged over many years and disciplines, from formative turns in Vermont’s mountains to terrain park and urban destruction and the recent and seemingly endless powder quest. He jokes that he chose this path at age nine. He didn’t know it at the time, but he truly did. Life ever since has been centered on skiing. He moved out west at the age of sixteen with the permission of two very supportive parents, who both have deep roots in the snow. 

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How The Steeps of Jackson Hole Influenced Local Bryce Newcomb’s Skiing
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How The Steeps of Jackson Hole Influenced Local Bryce Newcomb’s Skiing

How The Steeps of Jackson Hole Influenced Local Bryce Newcomb’s Skiing

What does it take to set yourself apart from the pack in a place so saturated with skiers like Jackson? Bryce Newcomb, Atomic ski athlete, has it figured out. It’s pretty simple: let your skiing do the talking. I caught up with him to talk about his role with Atomic and why he hasn't skipped a winter in Jackson for the past nine years. TGR: Bryce, tell me a little about growing up in Sun Valley, and how your ski career got started. Bryce: Like a lot of kids in Sun Valley, I grew up racing