Two-time Olympian Elena Hight joined snowboarding legend and naturalist Jeremy Jones on a 10-day foot powered camping trip through the Californian Sierras. The adventure, which took them through 40-miles of John Muir Wilderness, brought them to the peaks of numerous unnamed mountains and awarded them unbelievable first descents. The whole adventure was documented in TGR's latest film endeavor, Ode to Muir, which is packed with backcountry snowboarding and focuses on the importance of the natural world. Lucky for us, Elena brought her Go-Pro along to document the trip from her point of view.
Come on, no one wants to be one asking what went down at this year’s King and Queens of Corbet’s. Instead, grab some popcorn, hunker down, and tune in here for the live stream of all the action. The big mountain freeride competition in North America’s most infamous ski run, Corbet’s Couloir, is sure to be jaw-dropping with this year’s line up: Travis Rice, Caite Zeliff, Karl Fostevedt, Teton Brown, and many more. RELATED: Who Will Be at Kings and Queens of Corbet’s This Year? Tune in to
When in British Columbia, ski powder, they say. Well, that’s exactly what the entire crew of Freeride World Tour athletes has been up to since late last week in Kicking Horse, exploring the best of what Golden, BC and the Purcell Mountains have to offer. After weathering some heavy snow for the weekend, the athletes lined up in the start gate for the second round of the FWT. For the second year running, Kicking Horse’s Ozone Face hosted the Tour, and riders took creative new lines down
For those of you who missed the full live stream on Tuesday morning, here are the winning runs and some highlights from the second stop of the Freeride World Tour, staged at Kicking Horse. After a few days of heavy snow, the athletes lined up for an absolute send fest. Craig Murray, Jackie Pollard, Marion Haerty, and Victor De Le Rue came out on top. RELATED: World Class – Inside the Freeride World Tour Check out their runs below. Jackie Pollard:Craig Murray:Marion Haerty:Victor De Le