First, you need to watch this video all the way through to truly appreciate what a spectacular whipper this is. We’re not sure what’s more impressive– the solitary foot that desperately clings to the rock as this climber loses his battle against the force of gravity, or the fact that this guy survived unscathed. A healthy reminder to wear your helmet, for the most unexpected of whippers.
A first aid kit is a must for anyone traveling in the backcountry, and while you might need a far smaller and more compact kit than you think you might – you can improvise larger items like splints and braces – there are some critical first aid items that everyone should carry. PLAN THE BEST BACKCOUNTRY TRIP OF YOUR LIFE: Welcome to TGR's Backcountry Travel Guide Here, Ian McIntosh shows what he carries in the basic first aid kit he has every day he's out in the mountains, whether he's
The most important aspect of beacon fundamentals is simple: practice. So we headed to the beacon park at Jackson Hole with Mark Carter to run through search technique on the ORTOVOX 3+ avalanche transceiver. Scroll to the bottom to learn more about ORTOVOX's beacon retirement program and to receive $75 towards the 3+. It's imperative to get to know your own beacon, its functions, and how to switch to search quickly. Practice search drills regularly throughout the season and repeat the
We at TGR love the mountains more than most, and in celebration of our big wins at both the 2018 Powder Awards last night and Surfer Awards last week we're out chasing pow! We truly are one big family, stretched all over the world, and we love nothing more than getting out into the mountains together, so that’s what we are doing today. RELATED: Far Out Wins Movie of the Year, Best Post Production, Best Powder, and Photo of the Year Our latest annual ski and snowboard film , is now