DPS Cinematic: The Shadow Campaign // Snowflake
Dorian Densmore: Kung Fu in South America
Just because winter is on in North America doesn't mean it's completely done down south. Dorian Densmore shreds some October pow outside of El Sosneado, Argentina, before enjoying a rowdy river lap in the kayak. It may be fall, but the goods keep coming....just mind the rocks. Lots of rocks.
Black Diamond BDTV S1 E3: A Simple Machine
For the third episode of their BDTV series, Black Diamond brings us to La Grave, France and one of the most iconic lifts in the world: Le Telepherique. After 40 years of providing untamed and uncontrolled backcountry backcountry access, a closed road and an expiring lease has the future of the Telepherique in doubt.
Nick McNutt at Island Lake Catskiing
In January of this past season, Island Lake Lodge, just outside of Fernie, BC, was getting nuked on. On the road and in search of powder, Teton Gravity Research rider Nick McNutt made the journey to Island Lake, where he proceed to bonk, butter, spin and crush everything in sight. McNutt also gave an interview to TSKJ Content Director Colin Wiseman, which can be read in full in our newest issue, #9.2. Pooder snow, eh?
We Are the Faction Collective: #S3 E1
Headed in search of South American pow-pow, Faction athletes Duncan Adams, Will Berman and Tim McChesney journey through Argentina on a remodeled 1966 Mercedez Benz school bus. They find plenty of storm skiing, as well as monster booter sessions and spring corn shredding in the first episode of The Faction Collective's third season.
TGR's "For Lack of Better" Now Available on iTunes
Urban skiing has always existed in the background of the sport, somewhat of a black sheep in a realm focused on powder and big mountains. But when it comes down to skiing or not skiing, you take what you can get. "For Lack of Better," a film by Teton Gravity Research and Clayton Vila, explores one of the sport's more brutal and difficult disciplines, where mistakes are punished with concrete and steel. Now available on iTunes.
Behind the Line S8 E4: Ian McIntosh's Big Fall
When you spend half your season skiing monster lines in Alaska, it's somewhat inevitable you'll have some equally burly crashes. Ian McIntosh has survived his fair share of tumbles (one of which left him with a broken femur), but his 1,600-foot tomahawk from Teton Gravity Research’s film "Paradise Waits" has to be one of the gnarliest. Here's the official story behind the madness.