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20 Days in Atomfjella Mountains, Norway in Under 2 Minutes - TGR Moments

In this episode of Teton Gravity Research’s web series Moments, take a look at a stream of production snapshots from the filming of Further in Norway’s Atomfjella Mountains. Each behind-the-scenes shot is 1 to 1 ½ seconds long and edited together to give a sense of what it was like filming Further with Jeremy Jones.Inspired by Cesar Kuriyama’s “1 Second Everyday – Age 30” video, Moments is a web series by Teton Gravity Research that pieces together snapshots from the filming of The Dream Factory and Further during the 2011-’12 season. Celebrate moments from locations such as Jackson, Anchorage, Valdez, the northern Chugach, Canada’s Powder Highway, Pemberton, BC and Norway’s Atomfjella Mountains.Order FurtherWatchMoments Episodes

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Toby Miller Sends The Elusive Yolo Flip
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Toby Miller Sends The Elusive Yolo Flip

Toby Miller Sends The Elusive Yolo Flip

Only someone with the nickname like "iPod"–Iouri Podladtchikov–would invent a trick name the "yolo flip.". The yolo flip is a cab double cork 1440 in the halfpipe and was first done by iPod at Winter X Games 2013. The young Californian upstart Toby Miller saw the yolo flip as a perfect trick to add to his arsenal in the pipe. Watch Toby and Shaun White session the Mt. Hood halfpipe with the goal of putting down an illusive yolo flip.

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Safety Week: Beacon Fundamentals
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Safety Week: Beacon Fundamentals

Safety Week: Beacon Fundamentals

The most important aspect of beacon fundamentals is simple: practice. Get to know your own beacon and its functions and know how to switch to search quickly. Practice search drills regularly throughout the season and repeat the process when you buy a new beacon. Here, we break down the search process into four phases.Signal Acquisition: Once you switch your beacon to search, it’s time to find a signal. Depending on the model of your beacon, you will start receiving a signal from 40-60 meters.

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Safety Week: Strategic Probing
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Safety Week: Strategic Probing

Safety Week: Strategic Probing

It's a harrowing moment: A partner in your backcountry team has gone down in a slide and is completely buried. Your beacon has brought you to their location in the avalanche field, but you still have to find them underneath all the snow–and do so quickly–so you can excavate them and remove them from a potentially fatal situation. As part of Safety Week, we linked up with Zahan Billimoria, and had him break down the proper strategic probing technique.  From making sure you probe strike