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How to Ski Minnesota with No Snow

This year, TGR is thrilled to present "Rogue Beings", an inside look at the athletes behind our film Rogue Elements, which will premiere in Jackson Hole on September 16th. In this episode, we travel to Duluth, Minnesota where we meet up with Sean Jordan and Clayton Vila on a truly unique urban shoot. The crew, expecting deep snow, were instead greeted with dead grass and pavement. The lack of winter is no match for the combination of Sean's skiing and Clayton's creative mind, and soon features popped up made out of old mall snow and ice. 

Rogue Elements is presented by REI.

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