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Lost and Found Teaser 2

With global drought persisting and ski resorts closing around the globe, athletes are forced to follow the snow, sending them deep into the uncharted north country of Alaska and Canada. Filmed almost entirely in North America, LOST AND FOUND is a testament to the terrain and conditions that only exist in the Western Hemisphere. This film will take you into the vast, unexplored Tordrillo Range of Alaska, proving that some of the best big mountain skiing in the world is still completely undiscovered.

Athletes take advantage of the bountiful winter in BC, hit disturbing park features in Aspen and rip over-the-head powder pillows at Skeena Heli Skiing. Jeremy Jones and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa revel in the record snow year in Alaska, finding the scariest spine lines ever captured on film. The winter of 2007 was feast or famine; LOST AND FOUND documents the feast.

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Candide Kamera is Still Ridiculous Ten Years Later
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Candide Kamera is Still Ridiculous Ten Years Later

Candide Kamera is Still Ridiculous Ten Years Later

Skiing has come a long way in a mere decade. In 2009, Simon Dumont won Big Air gold at the X-Games with a double-frontflip, beating Jon Olsson's cork 1080. That's right: the winner of the world's premier big air competition rotated only twice on a single axis. Ten years later, Birk Ruud won gold at the 2019 X-Games in Aspen with 1620s both ways: a right double and switch left triple. In terms of technicality, it's almost a different sport. RELATED: Simon Dumont's Slumdog

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The Fifty Ep.13: The Landry Line on Colorado’s Pyramid Peak
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The Fifty Ep.13: The Landry Line on Colorado’s Pyramid Peak

The Fifty Ep.13: The Landry Line on Colorado’s Pyramid Peak

This installment of might be the most hair-raising to date. The Landry Line on Colorado's 14,025-foot Pyramid Peak is steep, exposed, and hard to access, well-deserving of its reputation as one of the state's premier test pieces. Luckily, Cody and Bjarne were able to recruit the help of two locals: Pete Gaston, a randonee racer, and Penn Newhard, who coauthored the book which inspired the project. RELATED: The Fifty Ep.12- The Grand Teton ft. Jimmy Chin Cody performs some boot surgery atop

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Mad River Glen’s Diehards Cant Stop, Won’t Stop
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Mad River Glen’s Diehards Cant Stop, Won’t Stop

Mad River Glen’s Diehards Cant Stop, Won’t Stop

Vermont’s Mad River Glen experienced their longest ski season in history this year, with 136 days of operation. Of course, like every year, the locals just couldn’t get enough of it, even when the snow was almost gone. Leave it to local photographer and skier Brooks Curran to milk it until the last drop. Not gonna lie, this actually looks pretty fun.  RELATED: Ten Minutes of Straight Bangers From Kimbosessions