I don’t really know what to say about this other than: holy shit. Serious props to whoever endured this nightmare ride on a chairlift in Montafon, Austria. The past few days have brought some insane weather to the Alps, including extreme winds and some enormous avalanches. This is the kind of thing I would never wish even on my worst enemies.
Gathering my bags in Anchorage airport, food poisoning announces its arrival over the loudspeaker. It seems Glenfiddich has lost the war with an airport lounge chicken curry. Shame. I quickly pen a savage online review for Singapore Airlines to ponder before breaking the 100 meter dash record. Graciously the beast in my bowels didn’t appear mid-flight. And they say, chivalry is dead. Many unpleasant stops for roadside prayers later we reach Angel Collinson’s house and I slump into bed for a
TGR is stoked to announce that our latest annual ski and snowboard film , is now available for rental and digital download on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, and Vimeo. 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 goal, it is the collective of athletes,
RELATED: Vermont's Mountain Biking Community Has Something To Prove It’s become a common thing in mountain towns across North America: a crew of friends goes out shredding, and captures the good times on tape to share with the world. The age-old ritual of pulling out a camera to show off the rad sh** you and your friends are up to is not news, but this particular crew of rippers appreciates the art of it a little more than most. Enter the Mad Trees, a collective of skiers,