Teton Gravity Research Big Mountain skier, BASE Jumper & Nitro Circus athlete, Erik Roner, performs the first Ski BASE off Cajun Coulior in Jackson Hole, WY. Cajun Coulior is located near the popular, Corbet's Coulior.
Teton Gravity Research athlete, Erik Roner, performs a wingsuit BASE jump in Alaska.
Skiing big lines in AK with the Teton Gravity Research crew. High speed descents and helicopter skydiving caught on the helmet camera.
The crew has been waiting for the perfect bluebird day for Erik Roner to ski BASE a HUGE cliff called the Mushroom Tower. Roner, always nervous when hitting something new, steps up his game and drops in. Check out behind the scenes footage in our 4th episode of Almost Live Season 2.
Sammy Carlson meets up with a super star TGR crew. Not having much experience with Helicopters and Big mountain riding, Sammy is schooled by the likes of Seth Morrison, Callum Petit, and Kye Peterson in the wise ways of Big mountain shredding.
Deeper - "Terrain Selection, its everything in the mountains" says Jeremy. Gnarly lines have to be chosen carefully and thoughtfully. In this episode, Jeremy walks us through some of his wisdom in picking lines.
Dash Longe, Dylan Hood, and the TGR production crew headed to the mountains of Croatia to explore some new territory. They hit the storm cycle perfectly; Locals said this was the most snow they've seen in 50 years. Croatian culture, sneaky 100 meter sinkholes, and deep pow quickly helped to make a first visit to Croatia epic.
Jeremy Jones deals with sluff management on a daily basis. He illustrates and teaches his experiences with the nuances of sluff in our 4th edition of Recco Safety tips with Jeremy Jones.
Presented by Recco.
Ian McIntosh, Dana Flahr, and head to the Pemberton Ice Cap for a day filled with sledding, hiking, and shredding. Ian has been scoping a line for a couple years now, and finally hits it with the TGR crew in tow. THe couloir he drops is pinner to say the least....
"Oh god! would these faceshots please stop so i can please see where I'm going!" -Ian McIntosh
Haines, AK received 8ft of powder in a 14 day period and the TGR crew were blessed with stable snow conditions. Classic McIntosh, he picked a line with a large drop coming out of it, full of critical turns, and had to beat his sluff out. Watch as Todd Jones, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Josh Neilson, and the man himself dissect and analyze Ian McIntosh's line.
Chris Benchetler, Dana Flahr, and Dash Longe heard it was dumping snow in Italy and took an overnight train from Croatia to La Thuile, Italy. La Thuile is a town located on the very north-west tip of the country, and the locals are super friendly and fun. A seemingly never-ending storm pattern, on-hill Italian dance parties, and the friendly locals made this trip a banger even with weather holding the helicopters down.
The crew heads to the previously unexplored Petersburg, Alaska. They find the terrain to be big and burly; everyone felt like they were floating in space due to its size. With first descents being the norm, Ian McIntosh drops in on a virgin line with his Ripxx and records his G's and top speed, charging!