The East Coast isn't known for world-class terrain or conditions, but it IS known for producing some of the most hardcore winter sports enthusiasts out there. It's hard to say exactly how or why this happens, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a demographic more willing to venture out on a negative-20-degree day when it's gusting 40.
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
Every skier and snowboarder has a personal bucket list they would like to accomplish before their knees give out and they have to resort to something lesser, like golfing. Most common are having a 100-day season, visiting Japow, getting their alpine fix in at Chamonix, and doing a tour of British Columbia’s legendary Powder Highway. Enter To Win: All Friends on a Powder Day Sweepstakes The Powder Highway is famous for its huge amounts of fluffy white snowfall in down-to-earth towns with
This week, we catch up with snowboarder Bryan Iguchi inside his adventure garage at his home in the Tetons. It’s a space where Bryan can escape the hustle of daily life and, in his own words “get creative and make a mess.” We chat with Bryan about TGR’s newest snowboard film , that follows his journey through the Teton wilderness with Travis Rice and Jeremy Jones last Spring. RELATED: Find Tickets to a Roadless Show Near You The film premieres this Thursday in San Francisco, tickets are still