Red Bull's "The Faces of Dav" Episode 6: The Mountaineer
In the past four years, Chris Davenport has climbed every 14,000-foot peak in his home state of Colorado, setting records that will most likely stand for years to come. Now Davenport is shooting for another local milestone: climb the 100 highest peaks in the state, starting in southwest Colorado with partners Ted and Christy Mahon. For the seventh episode of Red Bull's "The Faces of Dav" web series, the trio check off three more of the 100. Every summit is another peak closer.
Patagonia's #Find_Away: Episode 4 -- The Chamonix Experience
Chamonix, France offers arguably the most technical, high-consequence inbounds skiing in the world, all accessible via the infamous Aiguille du Midi cable car. To pick lines and objectives through the window on the way up is one thing--standing on top of them and preparing to drop is an entirely different beast. For the fourth installment of Patagonia's #Find_Away series by Bjarne Salén, “American Dave” Rosenbarger and Kye Petersen take full advantage of the Aiguille du Midi's plethora of terrain--and full-value danger--for the full Chamonix experience.
DPS's The Shadow Campaign: Sun Dog
For the third installment of DPS Ski's "The Shadow Campaign," we visit Refugio Frey, nestled deep within the peaks surrounding Bariloche, Argentina and the only shelter within the brutal, wind-scoured range. It's a setting that draws adventurers of all sorts--and all species. When DPS athlete Santiago Guzman arrives at Refugio Frey to find a black dog named Conga, the two journey into the windswept landscape and find that the passion for the world's wild places is as universal as the mountains themselves.
Julian Carr's Sickbird Megahuck
Julian Carr is known in the industry as one of the ballsiest skiers around. He has hucked himself off over the notorious "Air Jordan" cliff, skipping the normal two-stager line for a 100-plus-foot frontlip, and launched a 210-foot frontflip in Engelberg, Switzerland. Now Julian gives viewers a glimpse into the mental preparation for such feats, specifically his 140-footer during the 2006 Snowbird Big Mountain Competition, the largest drop in competition history.
Discrete Clothing Announces 2014/15 Amateur Team
Based in Salt Lake City and rider owned, Discrete Clothing was concieved as a clothing and lifestyle brand for skiers, by skiers. Keeping with that tradition, they are proud to annouce their 2015 Amateur Team, stacked with up-and-coming athletes, filmmakers, writers, climbers and photographers, hailing from Utah, British Columbia, Alaska, Montana and more.
Cam Riley's Segment from Stept's Ten and Two Film
Amplitude, fortiude and determination are just a few words that can describe Cam's Riley's segment from Stept Productions 2014 film Ten and Two. Cam uses his style and technical abilities to conquer some substantial, consequential features which landed him with the Best Male Street Segment Award at IF3.
Carnage: TGR's Almost Ablaze Crash Reel
When you're throwing down tricks and lines as impressive as those in Teton Gravity Research’s newest film Almost Ablaze, there's bounding to be some equally as impressive crashes. To show that even the superheroes occasionally go through the ringer, TGR has released a crash reel from the film that's guaranteed to make you cringe...and probably laugh a little as well.