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Parkin Costain’s Season Edit Makes Us Wanna Huck

Editor's Note: Former TGR Grom Comp winner Parkin Costain is back with a rowdy season edit from his time placing third overall on the IFSA big mountain tour and sending it all across the West. Great work this winter, Parkin!

Had another rad season chasing the Junior IFSA tour and filming a bit... with 4 top finishes and 3rd overall. Check out my footage from Whitefish, Grand Targhee, Big Sky, Kicking Horse, Whistler and Haines AK, where I celebrated my 17th birthday in a heli! Thanks to my family and sponsors for all they do - Line Skis, Flylow, Dragon, Ridge Mountain Academy, Whitefish Montana, Full Tilt Boots. 

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​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change
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​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change

​VIDEO: “Un Skieur en Feu” Is A Stark Visualization of Climate Change

Leave it to the French to be dramatic about this kind of stuff… No really, Hugo Manhes’s project “Un Skier en Feu” (A Skier on Fire) is a stark and important visualization of climate change and its impact on how we play in the mountains. Sure, statistics like the fact that the snowpack on France’s Porte Pass has decreased by 40 percent in three decades, the average winter temperature increasing by a full degree, and many more might get the attention of some, but at this point maybe we do need

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​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT
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​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT

​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT

Ouch. It’s one thing to be skiing and riding as aggressively as the athletes on the Freeride World Tour, and it’s an entirely different thing to be crashing as hard as they (sometimes) do. Competing at the highest level leaves very little margin for error, and that’s pretty clear if you watch some of the bails from the 2021 Tour. There’s everything from 60-0 in a matter of inches (shoutout Aymar Navarro and that snowbank) to folks going SPLAT off gigantic airs (shoutout everyone else). Hope

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Must Watch: FWT21 Top 10 Cliffs
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Must Watch: FWT21 Top 10 Cliffs

Must Watch: FWT21 Top 10 Cliffs

Half the reason we watch the Freeride World Tour is for the cliff drops. These athletes have an uncanny ability to link up lines that only mountain goats would climb, and we’re always wondering how they do it. Take a peek at this year’s best drops, which are spicier than your favorite 5-star curry.