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Chasing Snow In Japan - One For The Road - Almost Live: Season 3 Episode 14

In this week's episode of Almost Live Chris Benchetler, Daron Rahlves and Dana Flahr explore the far Eastern part of Japan while chasing snow. Watch as they try to shop for food, drive around searching for terrain and build a jump near a pass to session. One For The Road Almost Live is a web series that follows the TGR production team and athletes around the globe as they shoot their 2011 ski film, One For The Road. It provides insight into the lives of the world's top riders as we take an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps and traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet. "Almost Live" plants you on location with our crew in the middle of the action. Stay tuned throughout the season and watch the drama unfold. Click Here To Visit The One For The Road Film Page

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Ode to Muir Available to Rent or Download Now
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Ode to Muir Available to Rent or Download Now

Ode to Muir Available to Rent or Download Now

Teton Gravity Research’s newest film is now available for digital download and rental on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Xbox, Vudu and Vimeo. The film follows professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones and two-time Olympian Elena Hight, as they embark on a nine-day, 40-mile foot-powered expedition across California’s John Muir Wilderness. Related: Jeremy Jones Journal: Day 7 in the High Sierra

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Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit
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Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit

Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit

Owen Leeper, one of Jackson Hole's most iconic athletes, just dropped his edit from the 2017/2018 season.  In classic form, Owen visits spots in and around JHMR as well as over the pass at Grand Targhee.  Whether you like big drops, tight couloirs, or chest-deep powder, this edit has something for you.   RELATED: Chasing the Soul of Spring Skiing With Owen Leeper and Friends

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Video: Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens’ Himalayan Sufferfest
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Video: Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens’ Himalayan Sufferfest

Video: Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens’ Himalayan Sufferfest

Halfway through an expedition to summit a 6952-meter Himalayan peak, Cody Townsend had a moment. Suffering through the climb, he questioned his motives, realizing that yes, he did in fact want to be there. The reward of skiing off a virgin peak on the other side of the planet was exactly what he wanted to be doing. While him and fellow Salomon teammate Chris Rubens ultimately failed in their summit objective, they learned a handful of important lessons along the way. RELATED: Candide Drops