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Trevor Kennison Returns to the Backcountry

If there was one phrase to describe Trevor Kennison, it would be ‘doesn’t give up.’ Paralyzed from the waist down in a snowboard accident while riding Vail Pass, Kennsion didn’t think he’d get to experience snowsports again. After rehabbing at Craig Hospital, his sister convinced him to give sit-skiing a try. Since then, Kennison has made waves in the ski community as not only an incredible athlete, but a true bright spot in the sport. Kennison’s unbeatable style and attitude caught the eye of filmmaker Josh Berman. Berman had a plan to get Kennison back into the backcountry for a film about his journey. While Kennison hadn’t been into the backcountry since his accident, his stoke was high. Since his first day back, Kennison continues to make leaps in his career, including sending Jackson Hole’s formidable Corbet’s Couloir during the annual King’s and Queen’s competition. Watch Day 1- the start of a bigger project, and a true showcase of Kennison’s talent, perseverance, and contagious smile. 

Trevor Kennison expanded those boundaries even further by being the first person to send the nose of Corbet. travel nurse agencies

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​Tim Durtschi Gets Alaskan Redemption In Magic Hour
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​Tim Durtschi Gets Alaskan Redemption In Magic Hour

​Tim Durtschi Gets Alaskan Redemption In Magic Hour

Last year didn’t start off so hot for Tim Durtschi. Always known for starting his seasons early and ending them as late as possible, Tim’s came to an abrupt halt in early February when he crashed and injured himself at Jackson Hole’s Kings and Queens of Corbets Contest. A creative line into the couloir lined him up for a big spin at the bottom that unfortunately ended in a bit of a tumble. Luckily, Tim recovered quickly after taking a few weeks off and was able to join the crew for a spring

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Magic Hour Director’s Cut | Jackson Hole
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Magic Hour Director’s Cut | Jackson Hole

Magic Hour Director’s Cut | Jackson Hole

Some segments are just too good not to share again – this year’s shredfest at Jackson Hole for Magic Hour is definitely one of those. With Tim Durtschi out of the mix following a crash in competition, the young Kai Jones was left without a ski buddy. No matter though, as it gave him the opportunity to connect with loads of other local talent to explore areas both familiar and new. Catch the full film, available for streaming and download now,

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​Behind the Line: Nick McNutt’s Backcountry Moon Booter
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​Behind the Line: Nick McNutt’s Backcountry Moon Booter

​Behind the Line: Nick McNutt’s Backcountry Moon Booter

When Nick McNutt is filming in the backcountry, he’s all about using natural features to boost stylish tricks off. Most of the time, mother nature provides more than enough for him to get airborne, but sometimes he wants a little bit more. This year, while filming for in British Columbia, McNutt was inspired to build a veritable cheesewedge to launch himself into near earth orbit alongside Kai Jones on a greybird day when other lines were out of the question. The duo recruited the help of the