In Almost Live Season 4 Episode 7, Cam Riley and Clayton Vila travel to Anchorage, Alaska, for the first time to film an urban segment for Teton Gravity Research's next feature film, "The Dream Factory." While there, the two skiers find an old haunted power plant next to a train station where they set up a wall ride. In a "Scooby Doo" type of situation, the two jibbers find a ghost in the basement of the factory. But why is the ghost so steezy?The "Almost Live" series takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives of the world's top riders. "Almost Live" plants you on location with the TGR crew. You will be able to track our progress throughout the season, and watch the drama unfold.Music courtesy Small StoneSong: “The Skull of the Head of a Man” by Solace off the album "A.D. Instrumentals"Watch More Almost Live Episodes
Italian freestyle skier Markus Eder enlisted the ultimate steep skiing squad for his first mission in Chamonix earlier this week. He writes, "It has been my first time going up Aiguille du Midi and skiing in those crazy mountains. Quite the experience to ski Pointe Yield and Couloir Contamin with this sick crew of skiers. May pow is definitely tasteful!" Eder scored these two proud lines in two days with the help of bonecrushers, Leo Slemett, Laurent Gauthier, Julien Cologne, Tof Henry,
One shot edits are all the rage these days. In this one from Bobby Brown, the freeskiing phenom shreds, jibs, and jumps the entire length of Mammoth Mountain. The whole video was shot in one take. Not a bad way to spend a couple of minutes.
Longtime TGR athlete Sammy Carlson has without a doubt elevated himself to one of the most respected and top freeskiers in the world. His skiing breathes a rare combination pure athleticism and flawless style in the gnarliest terrain. The World of X Games "Being" series takes a look at Sammy's career as he's transitioned from a freeski-crazed grom to winning X-Games gold medals, and now acclaimed as one of the top big-mountain skiers in the world. Coming back after a big injury in 2012, Sammy