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​Michelle Parker Styles AK Spines For Magic Hour

Michelle Parker has been leading the charge for women’s freeskiing longer than anyone in the game at this point. The Truckee-based pro skier started refining her riding at age 15 in park and pipe competitions before bringing her riding into the backcountry and big mountain terrain, competing in events like X-Games and Red Bull Cold Rush, before focusing on filming. All along, she has always worked tirelessly to bring my women into the sport, through organizations like Safe As Clinics – a women’s tailored avalanche safety program. This year, she returned to one of her favorite places in the world to ride – Points North Heli in Alaska – with her friend Griffin Post, where they scored unbelievable conditions on some of North America’s wildest lines. Catch more of her time in Alaska in her Magic Hour athlete edit, and make sure to see her full part on the big screen at a Magic Hour tour stop near you. Find tickets and tour information at tour.tetongravity.com.

Nothing beats the feeling of snowfall in a place like Points North Heli. | TGR photo.

Parker showing what she does best - styling big lines. | TGR photo.

The bigger the exposure, the better. | TGR photo.

Slashin' for the camera. | TGR photo.

From The Series: The Athlete Edits

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‘Paha Sapa’ follows Lakota Skier’s Journey Through Ancestral Land
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‘Paha Sapa’ follows Lakota Skier’s Journey Through Ancestral Land

The swath of land that stretches from the plains of Nebraska to the Black Hills in South Dakota has always been sacred to Connor Ryan. As a Lakota, it’s the original territory of his tribe. But as a passionate backcountry skier, he never thought to bring his skis here. Skiing in Nebraska—come, again? It wasn’t until he heard murmurs about a small but passionate backcountry ski community in the “Paha Sapa”—aka the Black Hills—that Ryan’s imagination ran wild. Even though he grew up in

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​Tim Durtschi Gets Alaskan Redemption In Magic Hour
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Last year didn’t start off so hot for Tim Durtschi. Always known for starting his seasons early and ending them as late as possible, Tim’s came to an abrupt halt in early February when he crashed and injured himself at Jackson Hole’s Kings and Queens of Corbets Contest. A creative line into the couloir lined him up for a big spin at the bottom that unfortunately ended in a bit of a tumble. Luckily, Tim recovered quickly after taking a few weeks off and was able to join the crew for a spring

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​Family Dinner: Griffin Post’s Elk Chili
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​Family Dinner: Griffin Post’s Elk Chili

​Family Dinner: Griffin Post’s Elk Chili

When Griffin Post isn’t off shredding Alaskan spines for or hunting for treasure in his free time – chances are he’s cooking up a storm in his kitchen back home in Jackson Hole. Every fall, he’s a big proponent of hunting for his own food – and harvesting an elk every year is a tradition he likes to adhere to. This fall, he invited over some of us from TGR for a delicious dinner of homemade elk chili (best served alongside some cold Sierra Nevadas) to reminisce about the past season. There