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Jimmy Chin Has a Pretty Rad Morning Routine

Jimmy Chin has arguably one of the coolest jobs in the world. One week he is climbing in the Tetons, the next he may be hanging out of the side of a helicopter in New York City. This video showcases a more "mundane" side of Jimmy's life, meaning a powder day at Jackson Hole. Nothing is typical, from scoping lines from his house to his massive amount of gear, it seems like a good life for Jimmy Chin. 

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Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit
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Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit

Video: Owen Leeper’s Jackson Hole Season Edit

Owen Leeper, one of Jackson Hole's most iconic athletes, just dropped his edit from the 2017/2018 season.  In classic form, Owen visits spots in and around JHMR as well as over the pass at Grand Targhee.  Whether you like big drops, tight couloirs, or chest-deep powder, this edit has something for you.   RELATED: Chasing the Soul of Spring Skiing With Owen Leeper and Friends

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This Family Shows How Skiing Alaska is More Than Just Rowdy Lines
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This Family Shows How Skiing Alaska is More Than Just Rowdy Lines

This Family Shows How Skiing Alaska is More Than Just Rowdy Lines

For pro skier turned heli ski guide Reggie Crist, shredding the steeps of Alaska is an annual dream come true. After his first trip riding the mountains around Haines with TGR in the late 90’s, he immediately knew it was somewhere he needed to return to. RELATED: This Backcountry Moms Video is Hilarious These days, after more than two decades of skiing around Haines, Crist has found a new passion: sharing the joy with his family. Every winter, he makes the annual pilgrimage North, bringing

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Skier Falls Over 200-foot Cliff on Tahoe’s Mount Tallac
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Skier Falls Over 200-foot Cliff on Tahoe’s Mount Tallac

Skier Falls Over 200-foot Cliff on Tahoe’s Mount Tallac

A backcountry skier survived a massive fall in the Tahoe backcountry on Sunday, according to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. The man was skiing with friends the North side of Mount Tallac, just west of Heavenly Mountain Resort, when he reportedly fell 200-300 feet over rocks, sustaining major injuries. RELATED: High Winds Created Gondola Traffic Jam in Austria His friends called 911, and the victim was airlifted by a California Highway Patrol helicopter before being transported by CALSTAR to a