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HAVEN’T SEEN DARK MATTER YET!? Well you're in luck, @curtismorgan and I just launched it for free on Amazon Prime! [link in bio] . This line basically sums up why I snowboard. Also, why so many challenges of riding big mountain backcountry can feel so completely worth it when conditions line up! This line I’m calling Gary, as it is a part of the Wizard face and @marklandvik was the first to ever ride it. To my knowledge he was also the last! If you know Mark, well you know why it’s called GARY... @codytownsend did you guys get this spine? Shot on @GoPro at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge [@tordrilloheli] and presented by @Quiksilver, @HempFusion, and @BoaFitSystem.
Meet Gary. He's not a person, but an extra delectable 3,000-foot spine featured in Travis Rice’s recent project Dark Matter. The line is part of the infamous Wizard face in Alaska’s Tordrillo mountain range, and Mark Landvik is credited with scoring the first descent. According to Rice, the zone’s riding is as good as you can get for big mountain snowboarding. If you’d like to see more of Gary you’re in luck. Dark Matter is now available on Amazon Prime for FREE. Get ready to stream that bad boy while ordering that instant pot you’ve always wanted.
Craig Kelly was unquestionably a legend, a pioneer, a masterful artist and above all an insightful and intuitive human who was lost too soon. January 21, 2016 marked the 13th year since Kelly passed away tragically in an avalanche guiding a backcountry mission near Revelstoke, BC, according to Transworld Snowboarding. While inducting him into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 2013, they said, "nobody ever, in the history of snowboarding has meant so much to so many people
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: - Check out the
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is one of the first winter resorts in North America to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with changes to their daily operations. With the health and safety of their guests, staff, and our community in mind "JHMR will be limiting the numbers on the Aerial Tram, Bridger Gondola and Sweetwater Gondola" as of today, according to their official blog and social channels. This comes one day after the announcement of the cancellation of the Rendezvous Spring Festival