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
ACMG guide Ross Berg shares some tips on how to safely rappel into a ski line to avoid hazards such as a mandatory cornice jump or steep/icy/narrow entry. NOTE: The videos in this series do not replace proper mountain safety training. These videos are meant only as a refresher for experienced backcountry mountain travelers or as a teaser to get skier and riders excited to take a course and learn more. Ross Berg runs Altus Mountain Guides out of Squamish and Whistler, BC, offering a variety of
After a two minute montage filled various Tokyo and Japanese city-culture shots, and a sick VO intro by Sam Smoothy, this edit from Sherpa really gets good. Watch Sam Smoothy Jérémie Heitz and Dane Tudor set out to explore Hokkaido with a goal to find something different.
A "toe in" is what athletes call the process of exiting a helicopter on the top of a big mountain line. A perfect toe in requires immense skill and nerves from both the athlete and pilot. Often pilots hover in mid-air with zero room for error. Johnny Collinson shows us what it takes to perfect an Alaskan toe in.