SLVSH Finale: Oystein Braten vs. Alex Hall for the SLVSH Cup
Oystein Braten and Alex Hall throw down in Sunset Park for the season finale of SLVSH, competing for over $9,000 and the honor of the SLVSH Cup. Going hit for hit into the night, it's a trick-off worth the prize...and huge respect.
Locals Project: The New Old School, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
In this episode of The Locals Project, natives from Jackson Hole look back on the iconic Jackson Hole Air Force, a crew of diehard Jackson skiers who, during their heyday, pushed the limits of backcountry terrain and challenged what was thought to be possible. Twenty years later, a "new school" of skiers has come along to build off the Air Force's legacy, both in the name of progression and respective for the originals.
Anything You Can Hit I Can Hit Bigger: Oystein Braten, Magnus Graner Face Off for a Game of SLVSH
Remeber playing "graffiti" in the old Tony Hawk Pro Skater games, taking turns with a buddy to claim features by landing the biggest trick? Well imagine that, combined with the classic basketball game "horse," and played on skis. Throw in a fully decked out referee and you've got SLVSH. In this episode, Oystein Braten and Magnus Graner call out their hits during park laps in Sunset Park, Andorra, one-upping each other until only one of them is left standing.
Blaine Gallivan Takes On Corbet's Couloir In Jackson Hole For GoPro's March Line Of The Winter Competition
Blaine Gallivan is turning the heads of even the most veteran Wyoming skiers with his take on Jackson Hole's legendary Corbet's Couloir, starting his line with an absolutely massive drop into the ice-covered chute as the inaugural hit of his March submission to GoPro's Line of the Winter, and battling the hard-pack to keep the hits coming in this fast-paced lap through Jackson's most notorious terrain.
GoPro: Tanner Hall Ski Diaries 2 – A Look Back On The '14-'15 Season In The Alaskan Backcountry
The second installment of Tanner Hall's GoPro series, "Ski Diaries," features a contemplative Hall reflecting on his 2014-2015 season in the Alaskan backcountry, giving viewers a first-person taste of his many adventures with avalanches, big falls and even bigger drops among AK's notorious untouched spines.
Tom Wallisch: World-Record Longest Ski Railslide
Style master Tom Wallisch just keeps on givin' 'er. Not long after David Wise's massive hip air, Wallisch puts his own name in the history books, destroying the record for longest railslide on skis. It keeps going...and going...and going...
"California's Comeback," Episode 1 Of Chasing El Niño - In Mammoth California With Chris Benchetler
For the first episode of GoPro series Chasing El Niño, Chris Benchetler and filmer Matt Cook return to Chris's home turf, Mammoth Mountain, CA, to capitalize on the legendary snowpack provided by this season's El Niño weather pattern and explore sections of Mammoth backcountry that have been inaccesible for over four years.