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POV: Dragon’s Tooth Couloir (Dead Elk) | 19 Feb 2011

February 19, 2011 ski descent down Dragon's Tooth Couloir (aka Dead Elk) off Flattop Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.

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VIDEO: Finding Solace
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VIDEO: Finding Solace

VIDEO: Finding Solace

Kaitlyn Farrington's snowboarding career brought her to extreme highs but also to devastating personal lows. After winning the gold medal in the women's halfpipe during the 2014 Olympics she was diagnosed with a congenital cervical stenosis, a spinal disease that ended her professional competitive career. Her story picks up in the beautiful, small mountain town of Whitefish, Montana. With the slower pace of life in Whitefish, she was able to focus on finding solace in the quiet places of

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​VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk’s Raw 100 in A Rally Car
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​VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk’s Raw 100 in A Rally Car

​VIDEO: Brandon Semenuk’s Raw 100 in A Rally Car

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you’ll know that Brandon Semenuk is now a professional rally car driver for Subaru. Don’t worry, he’s not hanging up his bike helmet, this is just another evolution of the legend himself. We’ve gotten pretty used to watching his crispy 100-second edits on a bike, so his latest creation really fits the mold. This time, instead of performing all kinds of mind-bending maneuvers on two wheels, he straps into the driver seat of his WRX

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​VIDEO: Santiago Vega’s FDD Of the Grand Teton
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​VIDEO: Santiago Vega’s FDD Of the Grand Teton

​VIDEO: Santiago Vega’s FDD Of the Grand Teton

Last winter, ski mountaineer Santiago Vega completed the first known disabled descent of the Grand Teton’s Ford Stettner Couloir. The line is a testpiece ski mountaineering line off the highest point in the Tetons that requires multiple pitches of technical climbing and several rappels on the descent. Vega was born in Chile without the lower part of his right leg and has become an accomplished ski mountaineer throughout his life. He was joined by his friends and legendary local guides Mark