The rock climbing world has never been immune to influence from outside parties. A few years ago, we saw that infamous Citibank commercial featuring none other than Alex Honnold and Katie Brown. Now, everybody’s second favorite free-soloist, Chris Sharma, gets the Polo Ralph Lauren Fragrance treatment. Not sure what to think of this, but they really made sure to get the shot of him taking that shirt off. Either way, Sharma still crushes.
In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday, we here at TGR wanted to take a look back at one of our favorite ski edits of the past few years, "Iran A Skier's Journey." RELATED: Sign up for a chance to learn ski touring from Forrest Coots The first episode of "A Skier's Journey" features Forrest Coots, Chad Sayers, and Jordan Manley and gives us a glimpse into the lives of the Iranian people. The crew didn't have the usual backcountry agenda, they visit Dizin, Shemshak, and Darbansar ski resorts one
Tomorrow is competition day for Jackson Hole’s inaugural Kings and Queens of Corbet’s competition, a no-holds-barred freeride comp in- you guessed it – Corbet’s Couloir. 25 of our favorite skiers and snowboarders will be vying for glory directly under Big Red in the most infamous run in North America. When was the last time this kind of party went down, you may ask? In March of 2012, TGR assembled a legendary crew of skiers and snowboarders to take Corbet’s by force. The full segment appeared
The most important aspect of beacon fundamentals is simple: practice. Get to know your own beacon and its functions and know how to switch to search quickly. Practice search drills regularly throughout the season and repeat the process when you buy a new beacon. Here, we break down the search process into four phases.Signal Acquisition: Once you switch your beacon to search, it’s time to find a signal. Depending on the model of your beacon, you will start receiving a signal from 40-60 meters.