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Video: Sammy Carlson Skis Some of the Deepest Pow We’ve Seen

Sammy Carlson is a prime example of an on-piste competition skier who has made the transition to an off-piste film skier.  This video, shot at Mustang Powder Cat Skiing in BC's Monashee Mountains, shows that he has gone just about as far as one possibly can from the groomed and icy slopes on which he used to compete.  In the years since his season-ending crash at the 2016 X Games in Aspen he has worked on several film segments, including The Sammy C Project by TGR.

Related: Cody Townsend's The Fifty Ep. 2

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Solving for Z: Zahan Billimoria on Risk and Reward in the Mountains
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Solving for Z: Zahan Billimoria on Risk and Reward in the Mountains

Solving for Z: Zahan Billimoria on Risk and Reward in the Mountains

We’re excited to debut the trailer for our latest film collaboration with Patagonia, . The short film profiles Teton-based IFMGA guide Zahan Billimoria, who's safely guided our athletes in the alpine. His insight and experience with the mountains immensely helped on projects like and . With this film, we explore Zahan’s backstory, with hopes of engaging in the broader conservation about risk and rewards in the mountains. Join us at 5 PM PDT on Sun., Dec. 10 for the premiere with a live Q&A

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The World’s Longest Ski Train
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The World’s Longest Ski Train

The World’s Longest Ski Train

What happens when two Swedish environmentalists are determined to ski Japanese powder but refuse to take a plane to get there? The answer- a couple boats and a train ride all the way across Mother Russia. Join skiers Tom Oliver-Hedvall, Sibylla Lundström and several of their closest friends as they travel through some of the biggest country’s most remote places in search of pow. Not only do the brave souls on this journey ski sick lines and endure freezing temperatures, they also try bagged

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Inside Make Believe: The Locations
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Inside Make Believe: The Locations

Inside Make Believe: The Locations

The athletes aren’t the only stars of our movies, it’s the locations, too. Every year we’re on the hunt for new zones to film in, often finding ourselves in some wild part of the world with far too many camera bags. This year—for obvious reasons—film production faced unprecedented challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, we already bagged our segments abroad before travel ground to a stop. This year we traveled to Japan with Atomic's Tim Durtschi and Kai Jones, as well as, Volkl's