Deep in the Neacola Mountains of Alaska, Todd Ligare, Ian McIntosh, and Angel Collinson discover a tempting line that calls for airing over two crazy crevasses. Towering over 3,000 vertical feet, this face already offers ample challenge. And for Ligare, a sketchy fall makes for quite the scare. Way Of Life’s Behind the Line is a series that takes you into the minds of the TGR athletes. Each episode features a unique line, jump, or session as athletes take a look back and discuss the moment. The series gives you an in depth look Behind The Line of these incredible film moments.For a full film of crazy lines, check out Way Of LifeMore Behind The Line episodes hereDrop in with TGRFacebookInstagramYouTubeTwitter
Trevor Kennison isn’t afraid to go big. But you probably already knew that. The sit skier who became the first adaptive athlete to air into Corbet’s just made history again as he became the first to hit an X Games big air jump. The jump is 70 feet to the knuckle, 80 feet to the sweet spot…and Kennison took it nearly to the parking lot. After coming up a bit short on a practice jump, he took another crack at it and sent it pretty much to flat. Twice. Check it out.
There's something spooky yet intriguing about abandoned ski resorts. The mystique of past seasons skied in a now empty spot is enough to make anyone curious. To go a step further, watching Callum Pettit and Mark Abma shred the forgotten hills of Fortress Mountain really gets the wheels turning on what could have been. But Fortress is one of those places where people's connections to it are so deep that it won't ever truly be lost... and who knows? It might be back in action sooner rather than
In case you missed it, the first stop of the 2022 was absolutely bananas. Perfect snow, fired up riders and ideal weather came together to allow for history to be made. We can’t get enough of Max Palm’s winning run – so simple yet so stylish. Did you know that his double backflip was the first ever landed in FWT history?