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Check Out the Raw Outtakes from Winterland’s BC Segment

Last winter, Nick McNutt and Ian Mcintosh headed deep into the mountains of British Columbia on their snowmobiles to explore some new zones they had been eyeing for years. If you’ve ever paid any attention to these two in past TGR films, you’ll know that they have quite the sense of humor, especially when they get to feed of one another’s energy in the mountains.

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With a warm start to the winter in BC, the two had to fight to find good snow, but they definitely know how to stay entertained even when the weather doesn’t cooperate. In between big ski days, McNutt was busy climbing and riding his bike, taking in the best BC has to offer. Once the snow started piling up again, McNutt was joined by the likes of Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Johnny Collinson for a bump up to basecamp at Stellar Heli. Check back for more from that trip later.

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Watch Angel and Elyse’s Full AK Segment from ‘Winterland’
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Watch Angel and Elyse’s Full AK Segment from ‘Winterland’

Watch Angel and Elyse’s Full AK Segment from ‘Winterland’

Alaskan skiing is generally considered some of the best on Earth, and for good reason. The lines are steep and clean, lending themselves perfectly to the type of aggressive big mountain skiing and riding that Teton Gravity Research is known for. TGR has been filming in Alaska for decades, but we always try to partner with local guides and pilots who know the zones and snowpack like the back of their hands. This year, we worked with Triple Point Expeditions, a heli-op located in Palmer,

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Video: Henrik Just Dropped a Teaser for his Next Film Project
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Video: Henrik Just Dropped a Teaser for his Next Film Project

Video: Henrik Just Dropped a Teaser for his Next Film Project

We're big Henrik fans, so news of a multi-year project produced in association with STEPT Productions and BUG Visionaries has got us feeling tingly in all of the right places. The opening shot teases a backcountry quad-cork which, if landed, would be a true NBD. Long story short: It's shaping up to blow even the most jaded of minds.  RELATED: Backcountry Jibbing with Dylan Siggers The project is scheduled to premiere in October 2020, so don't start holding your breathe quite yet. Hopefully

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Video: Backcountry Swervin’ w/ Magnus, Mango, and Co.
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Video: Backcountry Swervin’ w/ Magnus, Mango, and Co.

Video: Backcountry Swervin’ w/ Magnus, Mango, and Co.

It's often been said that the most important thing in skiing is having fun. It's also been said that safety is the most important thing. We're in no position to make absolute statements one way or another, but we know one thing for sure: This crew had a lot of fun making ON3P 5, and they were definitely convening at least a few safety meetings.  RELATED: Learn How to Swerve with Magnus Graner We're accustomed to seeing Magnus and Mango swerving through terrain parks and streets, but