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Jackson Hole “Pow"nded

Editor's Note: This footage, all taken POV by Owen Leeper during the 2013/2014 season well showcases why in-bounds at Jackson Hole often trumps your backcountry stash. In the edit, Leeper nonchalantly crushes some of the stoutest terrain at Jackson Hole, including a huge frontflip off Fat Bastard, a Corbet's back, the smoothest SnS ever, and generous face shots to boot!

Owen Leeper launching cliffs, 70 foot frontflip off Fat Bastard, backflip into Corbet's, SnS, straightlines and skiing powder. All filmed on lift accessed terrain from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 2013/2014 season.

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Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape
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Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape

Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape

This video captures what I believe is a truly terrifying moment. A group of hikers are walking along what looks like a forested road when a massive wet slide avalanche rips down a drainage. Not sure of the exact location of the slide, but this looks absolutely historic. If I witnessed this I would definitely not be laughing but running in the opposite direction. 

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Crossing Bergschrunds - Ski Mountaineering Tips Ep.4
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Crossing Bergschrunds - Ski Mountaineering Tips Ep.4

Crossing Bergschrunds - Ski Mountaineering Tips Ep.4

ACMG guide Ross Berg shares some tips on how to safely and smoothly cross bergschrunds on skis. NOTE: The videos in this series do not replace proper mountain safety training. These videos are meant only as a refresher for experienced backcountry mountain travelers or as a teaser to get skier and riders excited to take a course and learn more. Ross Berg runs Altus Mountain Guides out of Squamish and Whistler, BC, offering a variety of ski mountaineering courses. Presented by G3 and

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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer
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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

A seasonal BLAST in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The term "hole" was used by early mountain men in reference to the "black hole" of the year round shredding opportunity in Jackson. Friends aplenty and activities always, all year long. Please enjoy your feature presentation: Came for Winter // Stayed for Summer