In episode 13 of Jeremy Jones' Further Unplugged, the Teton Gravity Research camera crew reveals how far they go beyond their comfort zones to film TGR movies. Different challenges emerge every day that force them to truly push their limits. Watch as these guys take you behind the scenes and show you the extreme risks they take in order to capture the perfect shot.Further Unplugged takes you behind the scenes of Jeremy Jones' two-year snowboarding film, Further. Get an inside glimpse of what goes on between the lines as Jones and other top riders including Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue and Josh Dirksen travel to exotic locations such as Japan, the Arctic Circle and the Wrangell-St. Elias Wilderness. Challenges arise around every corner as this crew attempts to push their minds and bodies further. Click Here To Watch More Episodes Of Further Unplugged
This one is scary folks. While snowboarding in Chile, a local man named Manuel Díaz got caught in a slide. In case you haven't heard, Chile has been getting hammered with snow lately. The capital, Santiago, just had their largest snow storm in 46 years. We're thankful Díaz is okay. It serves as a hair-raising reminder, though, that backcountry adventures are a risk and being properly prepared is essential. Read about 7 Lessons Greg Epstein Learned From Surviving An Avalanche and explore
If you haven't already daydreamed of skiing "Japowpow," then this edit by Shredbots will definitely have you joining those of us who drool over the endless freshies in Japan. Shot in Honshu and Hokkaido, the short film shows both the snow that never seems to stop falling in the mountains and the cultural excitement of the cities.
After a long wait for the first snowfall, winter in New Zealand has finally arrived in full force. Cardrona Alpine Resort on the South Island is getting pounded with snow in the early season, and riders Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Ethan Cruise, and Nick Brown are getting after it. Watch as they remind us how to enjoy those first turns back on the snow. RELATED: This Is Still The Most Relatable Ski Off-Season Video We've Seen Known as both the training mountain for the New Zealand snowboard team