In Season 5 Episode 3 of Teton Gravity Research's web series Behind The Line, the TGR crew heads to an unexplored zone in the northern Chugach Mountains in Alaska. With the help of Silverton Mountain Guides founder Aaron Brill, Sage Cattabriga-alosa, Seth Morrison and Dana Flahr successfully open up some new terrain. Get the inside scoop on what goes into the trip and how the TGR crew works to get the goods. Behind The Line is a series that features a unique line, jump, or session from the filming of Teton Gravity Research's 2012 ski and snowboard film, The Dream Factory. Watch as athletes take a look back at these insane moments and discuss them, providing an in-depth look Behind The Line of The Dream Factory.Watch More Episodes Of Behind The LineOrder The Dream FactoryMusic:Artist: The WeekendersTrack: Yankee Easy Sugarwww.theweekendersmusic.comArtist: Greg VTracks: Ethereal Chimes, Memphis Nights & Icicles Shine Jam www.gregvmusic.comArtist: Kevin MacLeodTracks: Private Reflection & Expeditionarywww.incompetech.com
The Real Skifi crew put the creativity back into skiing. In an era of competition slopestyle runs that look like Olympic aerials skiing, the crew of Finnish misfits give skiing a breath of fresh air. This time, the guys try 21 different tricks on the same handrail. Oh, and did we mention theres no snow in sight, and the handrail leads straight into a river? Looks like a great way too cool off to us.
In Canada, pilgrimages to backcountry huts are a fairly common pastime during the wintertime. The idea is to use these little structures as a strategic basecamp for foot-powered missions and TGR is no stranger to the remarkable landscape of British Columbia. For this year’s Far Out segment in the Purcell Mountain range, which are home to both world-class heli-skiing and the resort Kicking Horse, we opted to do as the locals do with some Canadian-style hut accommodations. In classic TGR
Once again, Aymar Navarro manages to blow our minds with his ability to find yet another super sick line in South America, and absolutely style it. This time, Navarro and filmmaker Txema Trull send it down the Punta Balcón on Chile’s Cajón del Maipo. While we know that music was added after the fact, it’s almost as if Navarro and Trull are truly dancing their way down the never-ending line. Nice work! RELATED: Aymar Navarro Rips the Real C