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Video: Markus Eder, Fabio Studer, and Tom Ritsch Hammer the Alps

Markus Eder, Fabio Studer, and Tom Ritsch are three of the world's best big mountain freeskiers, all hailing from the central Alps. Each has traveled the world in search of steep mountains covered in powdery snow, Eder and Studer while competing on the Freeride World Tour, and Ritsch while shooting various parts and edits.

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Evidently, the incessant search for far-flung powder made it hard for the trio to keep in mind that they have stellar skiing in the Alps, too. Luckily, the heavy snowfall which blanketed the region last season served as an excellent reminder, inspiring them to shoot an edit in their backyard. Take a look to see three of the world's best big mountain jibbers throwing down their biggest tricks.

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Behind the Line - Sam Smoothy’s Massive Cliff Air
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Behind the Line - Sam Smoothy’s Massive Cliff Air

Behind the Line - Sam Smoothy’s Massive Cliff Air

The skiing in Pemberton, British Columbia, is what Sam Smoothy likes to call “big game hunting.” It's got the gnar factor of Chamonix — and you don't even have to leave North America. The lines are steep, committing, and leave you feeling puckered at the top, all factors that Smoothy loves.  RELATED: Behind the Line - Caite Zeliff Vs the Cave Air While filming with fellow North Face athletes Nick McNutt, Ian McIntosh, and Christina Lustenberger, Smoothy eyed up a particularly dicey

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The Athlete Edits: Kai Jones
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The Athlete Edits: Kai Jones

If there’s one question Kai Jones is probably sick of answering, it’s got to be “how old are you?” Maybe that’s his skiing’s fault, though. Take one look at the young Atomic Skis ripper, and you’d be scratching your head too. Well, in case you were wondering, Kai was 13 when he filmed for putting down mind-bending segments in Jackson Hole and Japan for the film. Teaming up with friends old (Tim Durtschi + Colter Hinchliffe) and new (literally everyone who skied in Jackson during this epic

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100-year businesses don't exist. The retail industry is dead. In the rugged White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, neither of those statements are true. North America’s oldest ski shop, Lahout’s, has remained open 365 days a year since 1920. While e-commerce and conglomerates have stripped the country of local, independent retailers, a family of Lebanese immigrants have prevailed for a century, beating the Great Depression, World War II, the Dot Com Crash and the Great Recession. Watch