All the gnarliest crashes from our newest film Way Of Life.
Different things drive us into the mountains. For some, it’s a desire to escape. For others, it’s a desire to explore and push the limits. For some though, it’s about connecting with themselves in a way nothing else can provide. For two Navy SEALs, an attempt to traverse the entirety of Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo Range was a moment of reflection and connection with two fallen friends. RELATED: First Descents in Chamonix Are As Gnarly As They Come After losing countless best friends in
While it's tempting to think of the 2019/2020 ski season as the "Season Lost to COVID," the truth is that North America had a pretty solid season. The Mountain West got consistent snow throughout most of the winter, as did our neighbors to the north in the Canadian Rockies. The Ski the East crowd got hosed, but sitting in the lodge sipping craft beer and complaining about conditions is the best part of skiing the East anyhow. RELATED: Check Out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 Henry
After a two-month shutdown during the peak of spring ski season, Chamonix’s Aiguille du Midi tram re-opened this past weekend, much to the excitement of local skiers and climbers looking to get deep into the Mont Blanc Massif. While Tof Henry and co. shredding big lines might have taken the first headlines, there was some other news beneath the surface that is worth talking about. In order to screen guests on the Telepherique, the infamous tram that rises over 9000 feet from the valley