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Slow Down Fast: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa

Having been on the vanguard of the ski film game longer than most, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa has become very comfortable with technology. Whether it's cameras, drones, phones or other gadgets, he knows how useful they can be in his line of work. However, as a big mountain skier, connecting with the natural world still holds a place in his heart and it’s a place where he feels grounded and brought back to a slower pace of life. 

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This past winter, filming for TGR’s Far Out, presented by REI, Sage ventured deep into the Hidden Mountains of Alaska to live on a glacier with his friends. It was a cycle of eat, ski, sleep, and repeat, and he cherished every moment. 

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Video: Kilian Jornet Skis the Troll Wall
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Video: Kilian Jornet Skis the Troll Wall

Video: Kilian Jornet Skis the Troll Wall

Kilian Jornet is a freakish athlete. His accomplishments are too numerous for a quick list, but an abbreviated list might include his seemingly countless ultra-marathon victories, his world-record pace ascents and descents of Everest, Denali, Mont Blanc, and the Matterhorn, and his 24-hour uphill skiing record.  The man pushes boundaries wherever he can find them, so this recent accomplishment seems just about par for the course.   Related: Kilian Jornet Drops Trailer for "Entre Les Lignes"

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POV: Skier Gets Caught in Utah Avalanche
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POV: Skier Gets Caught in Utah Avalanche

POV: Skier Gets Caught in Utah Avalanche

Earlier this week, a skier was caught in an avalanche on an east-facing slope on Guardsman Pass in the Wasatch. The Utah Avalanche Center posted a POV video from the skier’s helmet cam showing how he tried to air into bowl that ended up triggering a slide. Luckily, his ski was visible and friends were able to dig him out in under a minute. RELATED: Massive Swiss Inbounds Avalanche Buries Four, Kills Patroller The avalanche failed on loose, faceted snow beneath a large amount of storm snow.

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What Keeps Daron Rahlves Ticking After All These Years?
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What Keeps Daron Rahlves Ticking After All These Years?

What Keeps Daron Rahlves Ticking After All These Years?

After a decorated career as a World Cup downhill ski racer, Daron Rahlves kept the pedal to the metal as he transitioned to big mountain skiing. Rahlves is only the second American to ever win the legendary Hahnenkamm downhill race, and those skills and nerves of steel lent themselves to successful career in big mountains all over the world. He now calls Lake Tahoe, California home and continues to push the limits of his skiing. The Ski Journal joined Rahlves for a few days of ripping around