Even in 2019, there aren't many ski films featuring women or produced by women. With that in mind, we're especially stoked to see rad lady-shredders like Maddie Jones, Zoe Blewett, Taylor Lundquist, Stefanie Mossler, Mina Itaba, Brooke Potter, Natalie Oaks, and Laura Obermeyer bucking the trend.
Their upcoming film, Jyosei, features women, and is entirely produced by women. Not only that, but it looks sick. How about a Jackson Hole premiere, though?
Tate MacDowell doing what he did best: creating action sports films that we came to know and love. TGR photo. It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our good friend Tate MacDowell, a visionary in the action sports media world and a bold character many here at TGR had the good luck to spend time with. Tate was diagnosed with colorectal cancer a few years ago and passed away peacefully this past Friday alongside his family. Dealing with cancer was a struggle he compared squarely
To the envy of the rest of North America, ski season is about to commence in the Lake Tahoe area. Mt. Rose announced plans to open their resort on October 25th. The resort sits at a whopping 8260 feet—the highest base of any ski resort in the area. Thanks to cooler temperatures and an early season snowstorm this weekend, Mt. Rose got the jump start it needed to start making snow. If everything goes to plan, they’ll be open well before Heavenly, Squaw, and Northstar, whose opening day is
Milking every last inch of goodness from an all-time season in Utah, Dash Longe sets yet another turn for the camera in his new project Stone's Throw from DPS Cinematic. Rocko Menzyk photo.Get Tickets To DPS Cinematic with HEAL Utah ft. Dash Longe at The Commonwealth Room For anyone who’s followed TGR and the greater skiing world for any time, Dash Longe’s name will sound familiar. Think: big tricks, bigger airs, and a punny sense of humor that added some light moments to the otherwise