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Dash Longe Goes Bigger Than He Thought He Would

According to BC-native Nick McNutt, Dash Longe doesn’t go small. Ever. McNutt, Longe and Dane Tudor teamed up with North Cascade Heli to pull off some “super huge astronaut spins” in their 30,000-acre powder playground while filming for TGR’s new film, Tight Loose.

While the above-alpine terrain presented Longe with some serious skiing, behind the lines he is notably less so. You might know Longe for his big airs, but behind the scenes he has a larger personality. Beyond his otherworldly features, half the fun of the trip was hearing whatever the hell Longe thinks up to say next. Watch Longe “sausage beam” off that “flank steak” in this episode of Behind the Line.  

Buy or download Tight Loose here.

From The Series: Behind The Line

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Ski Norway The Way It Was Always Meant To Be Skied: By Train

With all the attention currently being paid to environmentally conscious forms of alternative transportation from electric autos to bike commuting, the team at Volkl, Marker and Dalbello decided to explore the peaks of Norway via the original form of eco-friendly travel: train. Landing in Oslo, Nadine Wallner, Austin Ross and Stian Hagen set their sights on the Vatnahalsen Lodge via the famed Flåm Railway. Once there, they got to enjoy touring through empty mountains before hopping back on

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Arc’teryx Is Here To Revolutionize Backcountry Instruction
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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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In continuing TGR's spirit of ingenuity and exploration, while filming for in Alaska, Johnny Collinson and Sam Smoothy decided to try to turn an ATV into a makeshift boat while floating through the bays and inlets of Petersburg, Alaska. The results? Well, they weren't great. To catch more wild moments like this, download today.