The Teton Wilderness is one of the largest tracts of protected land and often considered the most remote area in the lower 48. Home to stunning mountain scenery, massive amounts of snow and the home of the Yellowstone Grizzly, the hand of man has left this treasure trove largely untouched. In the winter of 2019, Bryan Iguchi teamed up with fellow snowboarders Jeremy Jones and Travis Rice to explore this untamed area on a 10-day human powered expedition, climbing and riding dozens of never-seen-before lines. In addition to our annual ski and snowboard production, follow this new mission in TGR’s latest snowboard film Roadless, dropping Fall 2019.
Different things drive us into the mountains. For some, it’s a desire to escape. For others, it’s a desire to explore and push the limits. For some though, it’s about connecting with themselves in a way nothing else can provide. For two Navy SEALs, an attempt to traverse the entirety of Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo Range was a moment of reflection and connection with two fallen friends. RELATED: First Descents in Chamonix Are As Gnarly As They Come After losing countless best friends in
For many of us, quarantine life revolved around not much more than hanging out on the couch inside, but for a lucky few athletes living in Sweden, it was a chance to try new things on uncrowded slopes. Sven Thorgren, Swedish slopestyle machine and six-time X Games Medalist, decided it was time to try a new trick – a Triple Chuck Flip off a massive hip at Riksgransen. RELATED: It's June and the French Are Still Skiing Big Lines in Chamonix WTF exactly is a Chuck flip, you may ask? Well we did
Remember back in February, when the world was still “normal” and international leisure travel was still a thing? Well, knowing that might still be a long way off for most of the world, here’s a look back at a trip to Norway’s Lofoten Islands by a crew of Italian freeriders. In case you’re unfamiliar, Lofoten is home to some of the most unique ski and snowboard lines in the world, with countless powder-filled couloirs stretching all the way to the ocean just begging to ridden. RELATED: