Mount Baker in Washington had one hell of a January. The resort received 294 inches of snow in one month alone. For someone based in the PNW, like Austen Sweetin, that’s great news. It means that the suitcases stay in storage, allowing him to focus on what he does best at his home mountain. During that epic storm cycle, Sweetin rallied his film team to make Graupel. If you’ve got FOMO from missing the storm, this will probably make it worse.
In a place like Chamonix, it’s a fair bet to say that just about every line you can see from the lift has seen ski tracks down it. That is, of course, unless you look in the right places. With minds like Yannick Boissenot’s and Pica Herry’s, new visions are certainly possible. That’s exactly what the bold duo did a few weeks ago, piecing together the first descent of the Couloir Beuf-Sarah on the Aiguille du Peigne. RELATED: Insane Steep Chamonix Skiing With Nicolai Schirmer and Co. From the
Ryland Bell has dedicated his life to riding steep spines in the Alaskan backcountry. In the summertime, he's a commercial fisherman, which allows him to chase snow all winter long. Regardless of where he travels, he always returns home for the spring AK spine season. This past year was particularly special and we at TGR are excited to share the highlights from Bell’s time in Alaska. We sat down with Bell to talk about his winter, how he prepares for Alaska, and what’s next.What did your past
Travis Rice has been on the forefront of big mountain snowboarding for over a decade now, and is showing no signs of slowing down. In fact, it seems like he's taking on more and bigger projects than ever. As a case-in-point, he recently held a test event at Jackson Hole for his "The Natural Selection" Tour, a three-part event currently scheduled to run in 2021. RELATED: Watch the Full Kings and Queens of Corbet's Replay The tour's stops will be at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Baldface Lodge,