In this episode we see Tim Durtschi rolling down big mountains in Alaska, athletes overshooting their landings and ending up neck deep in powder, and the team messing around at Fantasy Camp.
Last winter, ski mountaineer Santiago Vega completed the first known disabled descent of the Grand Teton’s Ford Stettner Couloir. The line is a testpiece ski mountaineering line off the highest point in the Tetons that requires multiple pitches of technical climbing and several rappels on the descent. Vega was born in Chile without the lower part of his right leg and has become an accomplished ski mountaineer throughout his life. He was joined by his friends and legendary local guides Mark
Created in co-production with Red Bull Media House, Faction's latest feature film showcases a diverse roster of 26 world-class athletes hailing from eight countries and their respective talents. Some highlights include a women's freestyle segment with Olympic Gold Medalist Sarah Hoefflin joined by her Swiss counterpart and Olympic Silver Medalist Mathilde Gremaud in a segment that highlights the rapid progression of women’s freestyle skiing. Freeskiing heavy-hitters such as three-time X
While Cooke City might only be a quick five-hour drive from our home base in Jackson Hole, it might as well be on a different planet. When Tim Durtschi and Kai Jones met up with Parkin Costain to put together their segment for it was clear they had stepped into a whole new world. When you arrive in the tiny town on the Montana/Wyoming border, you pretty much leave your truck in one place for the whole trip, and hop aboard a snowmobile to get around. That snow pony will take you pretty much