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Line Traveling Circus Is Back With More Backcountry Wizardry

Line Traveling Circus–the brainchild of upstate New Yorkers Will Wesson and Andy Parry–graced the internet over 10 years ago with the goal of showing the goofier side of skiing The two–along with filmer Jake Strassman and their friends– travel the country and world to put out some of the most entertaining and creative skiing you'll ever see.

Sliding pvc rails and building jumps in the woods might seem silly to most. Yet Will Wesson, Andy Parry, and Khai Krepela's rail skiing is pure wizardry, and LJ Strenio might be the most athletic person on skis. LJ's been known to run a casual marathon in a TC episode, and in this one LJ  decides to ditch the skis to send a bunch of double backflips on a snowboard. 

Oh and don't miss former TGR Co-Lab contest winner Dale Talkington's backflip to tire-tranny-find landing.

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These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit
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These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit

These Austrian Freeriders Reinvent the Ski Edit

Sometimes all it takes is a little imagination. When three Austrian freeriders tested out their new tent, some pretty weird stuff happened. Not really sure where the football game came from, but the lines they climb and ski are nothing short of breathtaking. Check out that slot couloir at the 5:50 mark, as well as literally everything else that follows. Stoked to see some more edits from these guys in the future!

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Take A Look Into Bobby Brown’s Wild One-Shot Mammoth Run
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Take A Look Into Bobby Brown’s Wild One-Shot Mammoth Run

Take A Look Into Bobby Brown’s Wild One-Shot Mammoth Run

Last winter freeskier Bobby Brown teamed up with famed follow cam filmer Matt Cook–AKA "Ski Chef"–to film a flowy top-to-bottom park line down Mammoth Mountain entirely in one take. Brown claimed it was one of the most difficult film projects he's ever undertaken, just because of all the variables. Everything had to go perfect, from the jumps they had built to the wind, Matt keeping up with Bobby, and then Bobby actually landing all the tricks.  Imagine linking together a run of tricks from

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Learning to Accept Risk on Alaskan Spines: ‘Kodak Courage’ Part 2
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Learning to Accept Risk on Alaskan Spines: ‘Kodak Courage’ Part 2

Learning to Accept Risk on Alaskan Spines: ‘Kodak Courage’ Part 2

In the second episode of Sam Giffin's new film "Kodak Courage"–presented by Hand Crank Films–Sam gets over his reluctance to get back into ski filming and joins his brother Zack Giffin on a trip out to Haines, Alaska to shoot some classic spine skiing. Along the way, Sam explains how–while the shots may look incredible–skiing for film ultimately dilutes the true joy of skiing, and can lead to situations where safety is compromised.