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Tree People - One For The Road - Almost Live: Season 3 Episode 5

In this week's episode of Almost Live Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Dash Longe and Grete Eliassen venture up to Baldface, British Columbia and meet up with the Brandon and Dorian, the "Tree People," who proceed to film the athletes from cables suspended from trees. As Dash describes, "We first rolled up and I kinda thought that maybe they were just maintenance guys or something...but it turns out they were the cable guys."

One For The Road's Almost Live is a web series where we follow the TGR production team and athletes around the globe as they shoot their 2011 ski film, One For The Road. It provides insight into the lives of the world's top riders as we take an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps and traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet. "Almost Live" plants you on location with our crew in the middle of the action. Stay tuned throughout the season and watch the drama unfold through through series page here: https://www.tetongravity.com/videos/series/behind_the_line.aspx.

Music: Khalifa - Kevin White

From The Series: Almost Live

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Arc’teryx Is Here To Revolutionize Backcountry Instruction
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Arc’teryx Is Here To Revolutionize Backcountry Instruction

Arc’teryx Is Here To Revolutionize Backcountry Instruction

It's 2017, and most skiers and snowboarders realize the importance of staying safe when riding out-of-bounds and in keeping their backcountry skills fine tuned. But classroom instruction can grow a bit stale, so Arc'teryx is looking to break the mold by offering you the chance to spend time in the field riding with and learning from some of the top skiers and snowboarders in the world at the newly-announced Arc'teryx Backcountry Academy. Scheduled from February 9-11, 2018 in Jackson Hole,

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This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Avalanche Awareness
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This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Avalanche Awareness

This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Avalanche Awareness

Wednesday morning, Travis Rice took to his Facebook page to share the above video from the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education and Know Before You Go. In the caption for the video, Rice wrote, "Safety first, second and third. It's that time of year to figure out what your avalanche awareness plan is! Take a course, go through your gear, practice with your friends and be responsible!" With the holiday season officially upon us, and the attention of scores of people around

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Nick McNutt Shows How To Effortlessly Slay BC Pow
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Nick McNutt Shows How To Effortlessly Slay BC Pow

Nick McNutt Shows How To Effortlessly Slay BC Pow

As skiing has evolved, so too have the styles of the riders we admire. The frenetic skiing favored by guys like Glen Plake decades ago has evolved into a smoother, almost hypnotic style that features in the films of present day, and perhaps no skier makes it all look as easy or as smooth Nick McNutt. Check out his segment from TGR's new ski and snowboard film Rogue Elements, and marvel at how effortlessly McNutt rips through BC pillow lines and hucks laid out corks off backcountry hits. The