TGR is excited to announce a new feature film Ode To Muir, made possible by Yeti and Clif Bar, following professional backcountry snowboarder Jeremy Jones' and two-time Olympian Elena Hight’s 9-day trek through California’s John Muir Wilderness. As a veteran of backcountry missions all over the world, Jones wanted to explore a zone close to home, and teamed up with Hight to climb and ride unnamed peaks in his backyard, all under their own power.
Professional snowboarder and mountaineer Jeremy Jones has an intimate relationship with the outdoors. It’s his escape, his identity, and his legacy. But over the course of his 45 years in the mountains, he’s seen things change: more extreme weather, fewer snow days, and economic strain on mountain towns. Learn More and Make a Plan To Vote Motivated by an urge to protect the places he loves, Jeremy sets out on a physical and philosophical journey to find common ground with fellow outdoor
Guess what? Today is National Voter Registration Day, a day set up to put a focus on getting Americans registered to vote. Did you know that 60% of eligible voters are never asked to register? You don’t have that excuse. Oh and while you’re at it, you should go watch TGR’s latest film , featuring none other than Jeremy Jones exploring the current political landscape and how it affects our planet’s future. Register to vote and watch the full film here. RELATED: Q+A With Jeremy Jones On Finding
The plan was simple: drive around North America in an RV looking for the best stashes of snow. However, things quickly derailed for the Quiksilver team after their first stop at Mount Baker. Honestly, though, they should have seen this coming. Anyone who’s ridden there will say the same thing: it’s hard to leave. Rather than fight it, Travis Rice, Austen Sweetin, Mathieu Crepel, Bryan Fox, Griffin Siebert, and Miles Fallon hunkered down in the Baker parking lot making the best of their failed