Teton Gravity Research’s newest film Ode To Muir is now available for digital download and rental on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Xbox, Vudu and Vimeo. The film follows professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones and two-time Olympian Elena Hight, as they embark on a nine-day, 40-mile foot-powered expedition across California’s John Muir Wilderness.
Chasing some of the rowdiest skiing in North America requires a hefty dose of driving to get there, so of course Cody Townsend has quite the rig to keep him comfortable on the road. For any of you truck guys and gals out there, this one is pretty damn interesting. Check out his 2020 Ford Ranger Lariat, tricked out with a Go Fast Camper (dream!) and lots of special bits on the inside, including a Radflo 2.5-inch lift suspension kit, a Yeti cooler system, and custom cabinetry for comfy car
Corbet’s Couloir is one of the most famous inbounds runs in the world, and rightfully so: if you don’t treat it with respect that entrance will eat you up and spit you right back out. Yeah yeah, we know how tempting it is to show off to everyone at JHMR how sick you are, especially on a greybird hardpack day! But for god’s sake, don’t leave your pole sticking up right in the goat path!! We do feel sorry for the brave snowboarder down low who valiantly gave up his footing to try and save a
While we'd hesitate to call anything related to the COVID-19 pandemic a true silver lining, it's clear that formerly-busy pro skiers have a lot of time on their hands these days. And what do pro skiers do when they have free time? They go back through the archives and, at least in some cases, make sweet edits for their fellow unwilling-homebodies to enjoy. RELATED: Stay Stoked- Your Guide to TGR's Best Content Last season, Eder managed to film segments for both Legs of Steel's and Red