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Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Front Flip- Behind The Line: Season 1 Episode 11

Grand Targhee and TGR teamed up to build this unique jump in the Targhee backcountry. Sage Cattabriga-Alosa met up with the crew and started sending it immediatley with a massive laid-out front flip. Stoked from his success with the single rotation, Sage decides to try and double it up.

From The Series: Behind The Line

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Throwback: Simon Dumont’s Slumdog Illionaire
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Throwback: Simon Dumont’s Slumdog Illionaire

Throwback: Simon Dumont’s Slumdog Illionaire

Ah, the good old days of park skiing. Corks were corked, blunts were capped, and rotations rarely exceeded 1080. It truly was a golden age of style-over-spin, even if fashion trends might have left something to be desired.  RELATED: Nick McNutt's Breakthrough Co-Lab Edit Dumont isn't skiing as much these days, but his Instagram full of beautiful travel and lifestyle photos makes it clear that he's doing just fine:  View this post on Instagram

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The Fifty Ep. 12: The Grand Teton ft. Jimmy Chin
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The Fifty Ep. 12: The Grand Teton ft. Jimmy Chin

The Fifty Ep. 12: The Grand Teton ft. Jimmy Chin

Episode 12 of Cody Townsend and Bjarne Salen's "The Fifty" follows the dynamic duo up and down the Grand Teton, one of Jackson, WY's most iconic features. The 13,775-foot peak is no easy ascent, requiring a fair bit of technical climbing. With that in mind, Cody and Bjarne enlist the help of the one-and-only Jimmy Chin, a longtime Teton resident.  RELATED: The Fifty Ep.11- Cody Takes Some Giant Steps Jimmy Chin makes his way towards the col. Bjarne Salen photo. Townsend, Salen, and Chin face

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Take A Run Down A Classic Chamonix Extreme Line
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Take A Run Down A Classic Chamonix Extreme Line

Take A Run Down A Classic Chamonix Extreme Line

Spring skiing came late to Chamonix this year, but the gang of skiers that makes the place what it is were happy to wait. After several big spring storms blanketed the high mountains with a healthy coat of powder, locals Leo Slemett and Pierre Guyot dropped into an absolute classic of a line right off the top of the Aiguille du Midi – the Cosmiques Couloir. Sidestepping down what is normally rappelled, the two mountain goats score the steep couloir in near-perfect conditions with a huge group