In TGR’s film Almost Ablaze, Angel Collinson impressed with one of the most talked about segments of the year. She was the first woman to ever open a TGR ski film, her exploits earned her a nomination for Best Female Performance at this year’s Powder Awards and finalist at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. In honor of this recognition TGR is proud to release Angel Collinson’s full segment for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
After his success on Utah’s water ramps, Maine’s most prolific skier headed up north to try his luck at Whistler. Despite his best efforts to “teach ‘em a thing or two about how to lay in a wicked nice cahve tuhn,” Donny P struggles to gain the respect of the locals. Related: Will Smith Hits the Indoor Slopes in Dubai All in all, Whistler fails to impress Donny, who concludes that Sunday River is a much more impressive mountain on the whole. Is Jackson Hole next? Only time will
As if stomping Smart Bastard wasn’t enough, Kai Jones wanted to show that skiing is more than just hitting cliffs. After honing his backcountry skills throughout the season, he dropped into another absolute classic, Jackson Hole’s Once is Enough Couloir – a 1,000-foot shot straight down the steep face of Cody Peak. Like any good big-mountain line, the couloir required some rock climbing to get to, but that didn’t faze Kai, nor did the ultra-steep turns on the descent. RELATED: Check Out All
Out of everyone on the TGR roster, Colter Hinchliffe doesn’t seem to get any older. The Aspen-based freeskier is most known for his playful fervor in the mountains. This was only heightened in , presented by REI when he teamed up with longtime friend Tim Durtschi, and new guy Parkin Costain to explore new terrain in Terrace, British Columbia. RELATED: The Far Out Ones - Colter Hinchliffe The combination was trouble in the making. There was no shortage of shenanigans, because with a