Cascade Concrete, aka that heavy maritime snow that blesses the flanks of Mt. Baker, does make for some pretty epic riding conditions, especially when there are feet upon feet of it. This crew of Baker locals scored an exemplary season of it, and their dreamy edit of powder, pillows, and big backcountry booters has me wishing it would all come sooner.
There aren’t too many places in North America where you can ski in October, and if you are skiing it’s likely on a man-made strip of snow. Clearly nobody told the folks up at Silverton Mountain Guides in Seward, AK, because they’ve been skiing fresh pow since September. Over the past week a low pressure system moving over SW Alaska dropped several inches of rain at sea level -- and roughly 10 feet of snow at elevation. Yes, you read that right: 10 feet. NOAA can predict whatever
In the new Roam Original “AVANI NUNA,” Jimmy Chin and Kit DesLauriers explore Greenland’s ski mountaineering potential. From whales breaching to couloirs leading straight into the frigid North Atlantic, this visual splendor highlights the area’s unique character and natural beauty. As usual, Jimmy provides some philosophical musings in addition to his rad skiing. Taking advantage of lightweight drone technology, Jimmy and Kit manage to capture overhead shots that wouldn’t be possible
TGR is stoked to announce that our latest annual ski and snowboard film Far Out, presented by REI, is now available for digital download on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, and Vimeo. Stay tuned for more download options. Join the TGR crew on one of its boldest missions ever. follows the perspective of an athlete as he embarks on a journey to one of the most remote and unexplored mountain ranges on the planet, the Albanian Alps. While the final destination appears to be the ultimate