We might be living in unprecedented times, but that doesn't mean you can't stay stoked while practicing social distancing in the comfort of your own home. We recommend staying inside, curling up with a nice cup of hot chocolate (or your favorite Sierra Nevada beer), and digging deep in TGR's library of films from the past years. Don't worry, the mountains will still be there when this is all over. Stay healthy, stay safe, and most of all stay stoked.
Full TGR Films:
HBO’s Lindsey Vonn: The Final Season (2019)
Far Out (2018)
Ode to Muir (2018)
Andy Irons Kissed By God (2018)
Rogue Elements (2017)
Under The Influence (2008)
TGR Film Segments:
Angel Collinson and Elyse Saugstad Winterland
Angel Collinson and Elyse Saugstad have the season of a lifetime shredding spines and big faces in Alaska.
Kai Jones Winterland
Kai Jones was a mere 12 years old when he filmed this absolute banger of a segment around his home of Jackson Hole before venturing north to Alaska.
Jackson Pow Winterland
Last February marked the deepest on record for Jackson Hole, and TGR was there to capture the action.
Tim Durtschi Winterland
Tim Durtschi teaches us a thing or two about style in the Jackson Hole backcountry and Alaska’s Chugach Range.
Corbet’s Couloir Rogue Elements
In one of the wildest TGR segments ever, Cam McCaul and Casey Brown drop into Corbet’s Couloir on the mountain bikes.
TGR Short Films:
Punch Through It
When Kai Jones was only 12 years old, he went with his father and uncle to climb and ski Mt. Moran, one of the 50 Classic North American ski descents. What followed is a multi-generation story that starts with Bill Briggs first descent of Moran to Kai's own journey on the mountain.
Fire On The Mountain
Chris Benchetler and the Grateful Dead team up for a one-of-a-kind TGR flick featuring Rob Machado, Kimmy Fasani, Danny Davis, Michelle Parker, and Jeremy Jones.
Mountain In The Hallway
Diagnosed with colorectal cancer, Tate MacDowell and Brian McDonnell came face to face with life’s challenges, vowing to beat cancer and embrace life by climbing the Grand Teton.
Life Of Glide
Inspired by a poem he wrote long ago, big mountain rider Jeremy Jones summons his greatest influences and dissects his lifelong passion for the simple and sacred feeling he calls the Glide.
The Crazy Mountains
A TGR crew ventures deep into Montana’s Crazy Mountains for a human-powered adventure.
Rise of Red
Tim Durtschi and Colter Hinchliffe go on a multisport adventure through the Southwest in their trusty Ford Ranger Red.
Creekbound and Down
TGR community members Knox Hammack and Trent Mcrerey take their kayaks on the roadtrip of a lifetime.
The Way Home
Follow along as Hana Beaman and Mary Rand journey from Alaska to Washington in their new Ford Ranger, snowboarding, surfing, skating, and biking as they go.
Dash Longe’s life might have changed in recent years, but this film showcases how his Salt Lake City home – and the nearby Wasatch Mountains – continues to fuel his soulful inventiveness.
Watch Clayton Vila, Sean Jordan, and Cam Riley ski the streets of Kamchatka, Russia and Oslo and Lillehammer, Norway over the last two seasons filming for TGR.
Sandstone and Snow
Aspen-based Colter Hinchliffe recruited his friend Tim Durtschi to accomplish a myriad of objectives including rappelling into couloirs, finding deep untracked powder, and climbing Tim's first tower.
Free Range: The Costains
Experience Parkin Costain’s journey to professional skiing and what it means to raise children in the outdoors through a father-son relationship forged in the mountains of Montana.
There’s a few mountains out there whose shape just screams “SKI ME.” Among those is one that stands deep in Pakistan’s Karakoram range, Laila Peak, a hauntingly beautiful spear of rock whose Northwest Face is a perfect 45-degree ramp of snow that drops nearly 5000 feet to the glaciers below. Not to mention that the face hangs over an equally sized cliff that requires a potentially deadly traverse to navigate. The peak saw its first summit ski descent in 2018 by a team of French skiers.
Mountain biking with your partner usually results in one of two things. Option A: you have a great time and are stoked that you can go on these kinds of adventures with them. Option B: the bike ride becomes an impromptu counseling session and someone has a mental breakdown. For your relationship's sake, we hope it isn't the latter. Comedian Katie Burrell reminds us of what option B looks like and man did she get it spot on.
There’s a cardinal rule in mountain biking: no dig, no ride. But honestly, it doesn’t fully explain why we dig in the first place. The whole point of creating fun bike trails is to share them. Whether it’s with the community, our friends, or other riders, fine trail craftsmanship is best appreciated in the company of others.