In season 5 episode 1 of Teton Gravity Research's web series Almost Live the TGR crew kicks their season off with the 5th annual International Pro Riders Workshop at Snowbird Mountain Resort. More than an avalanche safety class, this course goes over first aid and high-angle rescue scenarios that are vital to know when performing at a high level in the mountains. IPRW also serves as a team building environment for all TGR athletes to get on the same page before heading out into the field to film the new 2012-'13 ski and snowboard movie.Teton Gravity Research’s Almost Live series takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives of the world's top riders. Almost Live plants you on location with the TGR crew. You will be able to track the crew’s progress throughout the season, and watch the drama unfold.Watch More Almost Live EpisodesWatch More TGR VideosMusic courtesy Jeff Cormack and Play Plus Record www.playplusrecord.comAdditional music:Artist: Greg VSong: Mist And Fangs 1www.gregvmusic.comArtist: Kevin MacLeodSong: The Whip Theme (Extended Version)www.incompetech.com
MIGRATION OF THE GAPERS(A Documentarski) We here at the Low Pressure Podcast were blessed with being able to witness, first hand, one of the most special and confusing spectacles in nature. The Migration of the Gapers is an event that occurs only once every year in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Take this RARE opportunity to observe the Gapers in their natural habitat while they journey through their ridiculous quest. #LISTENTOSKIING Planet Earth ain't got nothin' on
Jimmy Chin has arguably one of the coolest jobs in the world. One week he is climbing in the Tetons, the next he may be hanging out of the side of a helicopter in New York City. This video showcases a more "mundane" side of Jimmy's life, meaning a powder day at Jackson Hole. Nothing is typical, from scoping lines from his house to his massive amount of gear, it seems like a good life for Jimmy Chin.
If there's anyone whose dedication to skiing has outlived any injury attempting to take them down, Tanner Hall would be candidate #1. Despite being firmly placed in his 30's now, and having had multitudinous knee surgeries, broken ankles, and other ailments, Hall is still looking for action. Here he straight lines an impressive pillow line with his signature steez.