The X Games Real Ski videos are out and boy, are there some heavy hitters in the mix. In case you're not familiar, ESPN runs an all-video freeski contest every year and invites the best of the best to showcase their talent. This year, the competition was stacked between stylish and smooth riders like Taylor Lundquist and freeski legends like Tanner Hall. Each skier brought their all with the tricks thrown and the masterful editing of each filmmaker featured. Unlike the X Games itself, Real Ski gives athletes a chance to curate exactly the features they want to be riding and get a do-over if necessary. The results are some pretty epic ski edits. You can watch each video below and then vote for your favorite here. The winner will be announced on February 28.
Starting in 2021/2022, Big Sky Resort will limit Lone Peak Tram access to select passholders. Big Sky photo. Big changes are coming for Big Sky’s iconic Lone Peak Tram next winter. Starting in the 2021-2022 season, single-day tickets, Ikon and Mountain Collective passes, and certain Big Sky Resort season passes will no longer be able to access the resort’s tram. Now only the Gold Pass will have unlimited access to the Tram, and the Double Black Pass is the next best option with 10 tram
In the words of none other than Tanner Hall, this one is too good not to post. Adaptive skier Jay Rawe just blew out collective minds stomping a crazy-clean cork 7 in the Boreal, California park. Check out his Instagram for a second angle of the hit! In his words:
McRae Williams speaks about his career motivation, his latest project , and his thoughts on the whole Covid-19 thing. If you haven't watched the edit, give it (and much more) a gander on TGRtv today. This has always been the plan. Compete so I can make a name for myself and build my personal brand. Get a few sponsors that will hopefully support me through my transition to filming full-time, something I can do for years to come and keep my career and passion alive. Competing was like a solid