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Epic Descents - Right Outside Your Tent Door - ALMOST LIVE: SEASON 6 EPISODE 7 PRESENTED BY GORE-TEX

While cameras often immortalize their descents, TGR athletes are just as likely to find adventure when not filming—or, for that matter, skiing and snowboarding. Such was the case when Max Hammer, Griffin Post, Mark Carter, and Angel Collinson embarked on a multi-day camping mission to ski and snowboard big lines in Grand Teton National Park. With the help of Exum Mountain Guides, the athletes rode several of Mt. Moran’s classic routes. Yet their time off the mountain was just as memorable. Whether repairing tent poles, just lounging around camp, or laying down iconic lines, each day was an adventure.

To see more action from the crew's Teton mission, be sure to check out TGR's latest film, Almost Ablaze, when it drops this September.

From The Series: Almost Live

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Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse
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Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse

Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse

With the impending eclipse only three days away, it's time to remember when the impossible happened. Follow Cody Townsend, Chris Reubens and Brody Leven to Svalbard with photographer Reuben Krabbe, whose singular focus of capturing an image of the eclipse with skiers in front of the sun and moon drives the film’s narrative.  Do you think anyone will top this photo? 

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Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Summer Training Day
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Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Summer Training Day

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Summer Training Day

TGR’s athletes have to work hard to earn those drool-worthy lines in the movies, so it’s no surprise that their off-seasons include lots of training days. For Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, training doesn't have to mean long days in the gym or doing monotonous workouts on machines. Instead, he simply continues doing what he loves in the mountains. Follow along on a little bike-to-ski adventure on Oregon’s Mount Bachelor, as he shreds some summertime high-alpine snow and takes a lap through the bike

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Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season
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Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season

Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season

While everyone talked nonstop about Jackon’s 600” year and the insane pow blanketing the Wasatch, the east coast sneaked up on skiers and experienced a massive blizzard around Valentine’s Day. A place usually known for icy steeps, tricky glades, and relatively smaller slopes suddenly became all time, as the blizzard dropped up to four feet of hero snow in places like Smuggler’s Notch and Mad River Glen. News reports warned people to stay in their homes unless they had an “extremely compelling