4,710 Views · 11 days ago
16-year-old skier Kai Jones had the season of his life before it was cut short by a freak accident in the backcountry of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Watch as Kai skis big lines, send crazy tricks...
3,458 Views · 11 days ago
On February 17 in the Jackson Hole backcountry, 16-year-old Kai Jones dropped into a 1000-foot couloir. With no trail map and limited beta on snow conditions, width/length of the couloir, or...
4,218 Views · 15 days ago
Enjoy the buttery style of TGR athlete Nick McNutt in this week’s Sony Mind’s Eye. McNutt burst onto the scene this year with one of the most talked about segments from TGR’s award winning...
1,355 Views · 16 days ago
To celebrate our sweepstakes with Palisades Tahoe, we re throwing it back to the closing segment of 2016 s Tight Loose, featuring a massive crew of athletes celebrating TGR s 21st birthday on the Palisades Headwall Face. Enter to win your own personal film shoot with Teton Gravity Research at Palisades Tahoe this winter. One winner and a friend will be flown to Palisades Tahoe for a 5 day, 4 night trip, which includes time on the mountain with a TGR cinematographer and your own personal edit. The winner also gets two (2) 2023-24 Ikon Passes. With access to more than 6,000 acres of legendary terrain, and the new base-to- base gondola connecting Palisades Tahoe with Alpine Meadows, the mountains are waiting for you to show what you can do. Enter to win: https://swee.ps/KLLicaIOA
4,085 Views · 17 days ago
International man of mystery KC Deane has been spending more time in Hollywood starring in movies than in the mountains these past few years, but that doesn’t mean he can’t still throw down on skis with the best of them. This year, the K2 Skis and Eddie Bauer athlete and professional actor joined TGR in the winter wonderland of British Columbia visiting his old stomping grounds near Whistler. Joining him were Kai Jones and Nick McNutt, teeing off on some of British Columbia’s signature pillow lines. Catch more of KC in Magic Hour, on tour starting September 17. Tickets and tour information are available at tour.tetongravity.com.
1,536 Views · 18 days ago
Everyone should know to carry a beacon, shovel, and probe as part of their backcountry safety kit, but Mammut Safety Ambassador Kai Jones wants us to think about adding an extra layer of safety to our systems: an avalanche airbag. These days, Mammut’s technology has come so far that airbag systems are a comparable weight to most normal touring packs, so adding that extra ability to save your life when all else goes wrong should be a no-brainer. Kai takes his Mammut airbag with him on all his filming missions, like up in British Columbia or in Alaska while filming for Magic Hour. Shop Mammut safety gear: http://mammut.com
1,598 Views · 24 days ago
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...
1,167 Views · 29 days ago
There’s a reason that Sage and Ian McIntosh keep coming back to the magic spine land that is Stellar Heli’s terrain. There’s one massive face in particular that Mac has been thinking...
3,926 Views · 29 days ago
Last year didn’t start off so hot for Tim Durtschi. Always known for starting his seasons early and ending them as late as possible, Tim’s came to an abrupt halt in early February when he crashed and injured himself at Jackson Hole’s Kings and Queens of Corbets Contest. Luckily, Tim recovered quickly after taking a few weeks off and was able to join the crew for a spring mission in Alaska exploring some super steep spine lines alongside Kai Jones, Parkin Costain, and Nick McNutt. Catch the full segment in Magic Hour, available for download and streaming at tetongravity.com/films/magic-hour.
1,979 Views · 1 month ago
It s been quite a year for Trevor Kennison. His performance at Kings and Queens of Corbet s might have rocketed him into the limelight, but that s not all he s got going on. He s training at the National Sports Center for the Disabled at Winter Park Ski Resort in Colorado with hopes of competing at the 2022 Winter Paralympics. Founded in 1970 by a ski instructor at Winter Park, the NSCD today serves over 3,000 adults and children with disabilities. Follow Trevor: https://www.instagram.com/trevor_kennison/ Shop the Dream: http://shop.tetongravity.com For more from Teton Gravity Research, follow us: Instagram: https://instagram.com/tetongravity Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetongravity... Twitter: https://twitter.com/tetongravity #TGRLiveTheDream
1,956 Views · 1 month ago
IMPORTANT: Must be in most updated version of Google Chrome to watch full Virtual Reality Experience. The rugged, cold coasts of Chile offers a playground for those daring enough to explore...
4,938 Views · 1 month ago
Buy Jeremy Jones Higher: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/higher-teton-gravity-research/id922500199?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 In episode 10 of Higher Unplugged, snowboarding legends Jeremy Jones and...
618 Views · 1 month ago
In episode 2 of Further Unplugged, Jeremy Jones takes his crew to the island of Svalbard in Norway, in the Arctic Circle. In the town of Longyearbyen, they pack for their trip and meet up with...
2,959 Views · 1 month ago
11 year old skier and TGR Optics team member Rylee Watson stomped a MASSIVE DOUBLE BACKY at Grand Targhee today 🤯 Needless to say, we are so stoked to have her on the team!!!! Keep flying, Rylee! Stay tuned for the end to hear the awesome reactions from her brother and friends ❤️ #skiing #ski #backflip #girlpower #doublebackflip #sendit #skyhigh #tgroptics #gromsquad
2,080 Views · 1 month ago
In entry one of the web series Logbook, Wiley Miller decided he’d had enough of a slow start to winter in Southwest Montana and jumped in a Cessna 180 to head up north. Meeting up with Tanner Hall, the search turned out to be worthwhile as the crew found playful terrain, ample powder, and the kind of enjoyment that only winter in the north country can bring. Logbook will continue with its second entry at the beginning of March, with no telling where Wiley and his friends may end up. Skiers: Wiley Miller and Tanner Hall Shot, directed and edited by: Edward Clem Art and Motion Graphics by: Alex Wightman and Isaac Lowe Produced By: Wiley Miller and Edward Clem