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Watch Kai Ski Jackson Hole’s Gnarliest Terrain

11-year-old freeskiing prodigy Kai Jones had a better Spring Break than you. When the snow kept falling last March in Jackson Hole, Kai went on a rampage, tearing up the biggest, baddest terrain at his home mountain. Whether it was conquering classic inbounds lines like Alta Zero, or stomping huge airs in the backcountry like Smart Bastard with his friend Tim Durtschi, Kai took advantage of one of the best weeks of the season.

RELATED: Watch 10-Year-Old Kai Drop Jackson's Corbet's Couloir

Kai’s full segment in TGR’s latest ski and snowboard film Far Out, presented by REI, shows that no matter how big or small you are, the only limit is your imagination. 

RELATED: Watch: First Ever Mountain Bike Descent of Corbet's Couloir

I have no words to comment on this. He is just 11 and the stunts he performs is so risky and even the grownups would think twice. Anyway, I am printer offline error so impressed with the skiing skills he has shown.

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Video: Black Crows’ “You’re Boring”
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Video: Black Crows’ “You’re Boring”

Video: Black Crows’ “You’re Boring”

Besides making virally popular skis, Black Crows has been releasing some top-notch edits recently.  With a strong team of athletes from all around the world, it's no surprise that their content is comparably strong.  Related: Black Crows Again Remind Us To Keep Skiing Fun This particular edit is backcountry focused, showcasing the performance of their powder skis. From (relative) steeps to deeps to backcountry booters, this shredit from the "Influencer Crow" has it

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The Fifty Ep. 5 – Cody Townsend Cruxes on Mt. Currie
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The Fifty Ep. 5 – Cody Townsend Cruxes on Mt. Currie

The Fifty Ep. 5 – Cody Townsend Cruxes on Mt. Currie

Ski mountaineering isn’t all just fun and games, even when you’re pro skier Cody Townsend. For the latest installment of his ongoing project Townsend teamed up with Pemberton local Chris Rubens to conquer one of the headier lines in the book – Mt. Currie. After scoping the line for several days, realizing their initial intended route up was far too dangerous due to overhanging cornices up high, they changed plans and forged a new and much harder route up the peak. RELATED: The Fifty Ep.

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FWT19: The Judges Inspect the Verbier Face
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FWT19: The Judges Inspect the Verbier Face

FWT19: The Judges Inspect the Verbier Face

A huge part of putting on the Freeride World Tour is all the work that goes in before the first rider ever drops. With the Verbier finals right around the corner this weekend, the team of judges hiked up the infamous Bec de Rosses face to check out conditions and get a feel of what to expect come Saturday. RELATED: Behind the Scenes of the Freeride World Tour