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What Does Every TGR Athlete Do Before Shredding A New Zone?

TGR athletes get to do a lot of traveling to some of the best places in the world with the best conditions (damn them!). But they don't just roll in on Day 1 and start hucking cliffs. Whether it's tracking down the local experts, reading through a season's worth of snow data, or slowly poking into terrain until they get a grasp on what the snowpack and conditions are, there's a lot of prep work that goes into getting a handle on a new zone before the banger lines are tagged.

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TGR athletes Forrest Shearer, Griffin Post, Lucas Debari, and Lexi Dupont share what they do every time they get to a new locale to get familiar with the snowpack.

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Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape
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Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape

Massive Wet Slide Avalanche Caught on Tape

This video captures what I believe is a truly terrifying moment. A group of hikers are walking along what looks like a forested road when a massive wet slide avalanche rips down a drainage. Not sure of the exact location of the slide, but this looks absolutely historic. If I witnessed this I would definitely not be laughing but running in the opposite direction. 

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This Snowboarder’s Line Is Straight From Fantasyland
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This Snowboarder’s Line Is Straight From Fantasyland

This Snowboarder’s Line Is Straight From Fantasyland

Norwegian snowboarder Terje Haakonson lets his riding speak for itself in this one-shot wonder he posted yesterday morning. Haakonson has been riding since the dawn of snowboarding in 1988, but does not seem to have ever slowed down. Here, he drops in off a craggy summit in BC and then just lays one massive turn after the other through terrain straight out of a fantasy. 

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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer
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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

A seasonal BLAST in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The term "hole" was used by early mountain men in reference to the "black hole" of the year round shredding opportunity in Jackson. Friends aplenty and activities always, all year long. Please enjoy your feature presentation: Came for Winter // Stayed for Summer