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Watch the Official Trailer for Jeremy Jones’ “Purple Mountains”

Our outdoor playgrounds are in peril and our votes this November will decide their future. Professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones has watched winters change drastically during his 45 years spent in the mountains. More extreme weather, fewer snow days, and economic strain on mountain towns.

And yet, climate change remains a divisive issue. In the new film Purple Mountains, Jeremy seeks common ground in the heart of America's purple states, having honest discussions with individuals who don't see eye to eye with him.

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“What we stopped doing as Americans is talking to each other. I truly believe that we all want a clean, healthy environment. So I decided there’s only one way to find out, go meet my neighbors.” 

Jeremy Jones in Purple Mountains

With the 2020 election looming large, Purple Mountains is both urgent and hopeful. There are over 50 million passionate outdoor enthusiasts across the country. And even though we may disagree about climate policy, our shared love of the outdoors unites us. Join Jeremy on a physical and philosophical journey to tackle the conversations that will help decide the next election — while hucking a few cliffs along the way.

Watch the Purple Mountains Virtual Premiere Event on Sept 16th, featuring a live Q&A with Jeremy Jones and director Josh ‘Bones’ Murphy. Spots are limited — sign up at www.purplemountainsfilm.com.

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Dramatic Video Shows Popular Climbing Spire Collapse After Sawtooth Earthquake
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Dramatic Video Shows Popular Climbing Spire Collapse After Sawtooth Earthquake

On the evening of August 7, a magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck in Idaho’s Sawtooth mountains, causing a large landslide and the collapse of part of Baron Spire, a popular climbing route in the range. The zone, nicknamed “Old Smoothie” was heavily damaged by the rockfall, though it remains unclear which climbing routes were affected. The landslide was caught on video by a group of climbers on the far side of the lake, who had just descended through the gully the rockslide rips through. RELATED:

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JHMR’s Winter 20/21 Update – The Tram Will Run!
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With fresh snow atop the Tetons, we’re all getting stoked for the upcoming winter season. At this point, it should go without saying that this winter will be unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. JHMR just released an updated plan for their 20/21 winter operations. Most importantly, the Tram will run! There will be limited numbers on the mountain, but passholders will not have to make reservations. See below for the full letter. Dear Community, Passholders and Guests, Monday we saw a fresh

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Make a Plan to Vote with Protect Our Winters
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Make a Plan to Vote with Protect Our Winters

If we want to protect the places we love—our mountains, forests, deserts, or oceans—it starts by voting. Sounds simple, right? However, our track record isn’t too great: Thirty-five percent of 18-29-year-olds, who said they “definitely voted” in the 2014 midterm election, in fact, didn't actually vote. Yikes. We can do better this November and Protect Our Winters wants to make the process as easy as possible. RELATED: Make a Plan to Vote with Protect Our Winters Protect Our Winters’ Make A