Wyoming has always been home to a breed of fearless women, particularly in Jackson Hole. In 1920, the same year women were granted the right to vote, Jackson elected the first all-female government. Since the town’s inception, these gals have been leaders, explorers, and entrepreneurs. A century later, nothing has changed. Our local ladies are just as fierce as ever. The video celebrates athletes like Hadley Hammer and Kit Deslauriers, as well as local artists, photographers, and small business owners.
Warning: This video will hit you right in the feels, but it's absolutely worth the watch. Travis Fugate had never met a blind person before he lost his vision fighting overseas. He was sure that extreme sports were over for him. But as Travis would learn, he was capable of kayaking down 226 miles of frothing whitewater through the Grand Canyon. Related: A Look At The Army’s Most Famous Group of Soldiers This Memorial Day Weekend Paired up with Team River Runner, this group of five sightless
At this point, it seems like Candide has skied on every conceivable surface: Snow, sand, water, air (debatably), and now super old Chinese bricks. It's kind of like urban skiing, except there's no snow. Talk about high-consequence... RELATED: Answered - How Did Candide Ski on that Wave? From a scientific perspective, it's hard to say if one can ski on plasma (the only state of matter we haven't seen Candide rip), but if anyone could do it, it would have to be the Flying Frenchman.
TGR’s latest snowboard film is finally coming to the big screen in Jackson Hole on 11/14. follows Bryan Iguchi, Jeremy Jones, and Travis Rice’s split board expedition deep into the Teton Wilderness last winter. For Iguchi and Rice, the mountains around Jackson are still home, and they have spent years dreaming up a trip like this. This past winter, for the first time in their illustrious careers, these three snowboarding legends were united by a common goal: To trek deep into the