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Teton Gravity Research

The Teton Gravity Research channel takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives ...

The Teton Gravity Research channel takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives of the worlds top riders. Our clips plant you on location with our crew. You will be able to track our progress throughout the season, and watch the drama unfold. View more videos @ TetonGravity.com

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    Angel Collinson Goes Camping in the Tetons--and Snags Massive Lines - Season 2 Episode 5 Sony Mind's Eye

    In Season 2, Episode 5 of Sony Mind's Eye, Angel ...

    In Season 2, Episode 5 of Sony Mind's Eye, Angel Collinson showcases the POV footage from the ski mountaineering trip she, Mark Carter, Griffin Post, and Max Hammer recently completed while filming for Almost Ablaze in the Tetons. Their trip to Mount Moran relied on 25 people—including 10 porters—to haul 1,500 pounds of gear seven miles across a frozen Jackson Lake and to the base of the peak's most famous line, the Skillet. Angel's edit puts us behind the scenes of what will certainly be the most sweat-and-tears intensive runs of this year's film. Filmed entirely with Sony's Action Cam, this edit transports us from setting up base camp in the dead of winter to scaling 5,400 vertical foot lines on foot—and then it gives us a sneak peak of what those lines will look like in the film. Sony's Mind's Eye is a 10-episode series of self-edits that give an insider's look at the team of TGR athletes as they documents their adventures with Sony's Action Cam. Check out the new Sony Action Cam, with its next-level image stabilization feature, snow-proof body, and A-grade audio recording at: bit.ly/1lygvzX More Mind's Eye Episodes: tetongravity.com/videos/channels/sony-minds-eye-series-111/ Follow Us: Facebook: facebook.com/TetonGravityResearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: instagram.com/TetonGravityCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Mark Carter, Griffin Post, Max Hammer, Angel Collinson, Mt. Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Winter Camping, Sony and Sony Mind's Eye

    Jun 11, 2014 Read more
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    Exploring Options--One Line at a Time. Season 6 Episode 4 Presented by Gore-Tex Products

    For some, skiing is about escaping choices—and for others it ...

    For some, skiing is about escaping choices—and for others it is a means for embracing them. This winter, Teton Gravity Research athletes and filmers headed to Sella Nevea, Italy to film for the company’s latest project, Almost Ablaze. Thanks to a storm that dumped over six meters of pow, the iconic ski resort found itself enjoying the most snow in one hundred years. Between all this snow and the resort’s legendary terrain, skiers Colter Hinchliffe, Dash Longe, and Dana Flahr were surrounded by an abundance of options. Steep chutes, cliff faces, open bowls, and wind lips provided the perfect canvas for throwing down. And luckily, this episode of Almost Live Presented by Gore-Tex Products captures the action. Sometimes in life, it doesn’t hurt to be overwhelmed by options. Drop in with TGR! Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravityCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Colter Hinchliffe, Dash Longe, Dana Flahr, Ski, Sella Nevea, Italy, TGR, Teton Gravity Research, Powder, Snow, Skiing, Big Mountain Freeride and Almost Ablaze

    May 6, 2014 Read more
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    Duffel Bag Snatches First Descent From Jeremy Jones

    Throughout the past six years, Jeremy Jones has collaborated with ...

    Throughout the past six years, Jeremy Jones has collaborated with Teton Gravity Research to create a trilogy of films: Deeper, Further, and now Higher. These films document his efforts to explore and snowboard mountains around the world under his own power. In this companion piece to its “Higher Unplugged” series, Teton Gravity Research provides a glimpse into Deeper. For several decades, Alaska has served as a proving ground for skiers and snowboarders searching for steep lines, deep snow, and new challenges. Jeremy Jones is among these riders. Each spring, he makes a pilgrimage to the state to explore and ride new zones. During these trips, he typically establishes a base camp where he and his team members sleep, cook, weather storms, and depart for new adventures. While filming for Deeper in 2009, however, Jones and Ryland Bell abandoned the comfort and security of their base camp in order to ride a face on which the sun only shone briefly each morning. To do this, the riders spent the evening nestled on a narrow ledge several thousand feet above their base camp. Equipped with their sleeping bags and bivy sacks—which covered their sleeping bags for additional protection from the elements—Jones and Bell endured a cold evening in order to be better positioned for their morning descent in the Fairweather Range. Yet rather than making this descent with the heavy loads they carried on their backs, Jones and Bell sent much of their gear tumbling down the mountain ahead of them. Secured in a duffel bag they affectionately called the “Black Bomber,” their sleeping bags and camping equipment slid thousands of feet while rolling over cliffs and narrowly escaping a crevasse. Once their gear arrived safely at the foot of the mountain, Jones and Bell made their own descents. And while the riders’ lines were impressive, arguably they were outdone by their duffel bag. After all, it was the “Black Bomber” who scored the first descent. Check out the Higher trailer here: tetongravity.com/films/jeremy-jones-high­er/ Drop in with TGR Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravityCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Jeremy Jones, Ryland Bell, Lucas Debari, TGR, Teton Gravity Research, Splitboarding, Winter Camping, Deeper, Higher, Big Mountain Snowboarding and Fairweather Range

    Apr 23, 2014 Read more
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    Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Launches New Season of Sony Mind's Eye

    Check out the new Sony Action Cam at: bit.ly/1cm1yva The ...

    Check out the new Sony Action Cam at: bit.ly/1cm1yva The days of the classic Teletubby look of a bulky POV camera mounted to the helmet are numbered... instead Sage captures his early winter shredding the Alps during the jump-infused big mountain comp known as the Swatch Skier's Cup (Team Americas wins again!) with the low-pro Action Cam. An uber-wide 170 degree field of vision helps for up-close pans of tourists as they gape at the Matterhorn, the Carl Zeiss lens keep the view crisp even when Sage's Phish tour-length mane gets in the way, and the splash-proof body seems to have held up to its first product testing environment in the pow-choked woods around Little Cottonwood Canyon. We think Sage skis too smoothly to have really put the new image stabilizer to the test, but my chattery backseat runs down the blue squares over at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are certainly up to the task. Sony's new Action Cam also features superb audio - key for catching those "Is it on?!" moments in the singles line of the most bad boy lift at your home hill.Cast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: sage cattabriga alosa, sony action cam, pov ski footage, gopro, pov footage, pov skiing, sage tgr, teton gravity research, way of life tgr, sage sony action cam and action cam

    Feb 18, 2014 Read more
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    The Spine Institute

    This episode of Teton Gravity Research's web series Blast From ...

    This episode of Teton Gravity Research's web series Blast From The Past takes a look back at the first film in the Jeremy Jones trilogy, Deeper. After a seven day storm, dropping eight feet of snow, the clouds finally break allowing the crew to explore the zone they dubbed The Spine Institute, while dodging avalanche debris at the same time. TGR's Blast From The Past web series will take you back in time to revisit some of our favorite film segments from 15 years of action sports filmmaking. From shredding Alaska spines set to Metallica to surfing El Salvador's endless beaches, Blast From The Past is your one stop for TGR's greatest film segments. Get Old School And Rip In Blast From The Past: tetongravity.com/videos/series/blastfromthepastseason2-226.htm Click Here To Buy Deeper: shop.tetongravity.com/Deeper_DVD.aspx Drop in for more on Higher: Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/tetongravityresearchCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Deeper, Teton Gravity Research, TGR, snowboard, snowboarding and Jeremy Jones

    Nov 13, 2013 Read more
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    Way of Life Crash Reel

    All the gnarliest crashes from our newest film Way Of ...

    All the gnarliest crashes from our newest film Way Of Life. Tour Stops Near You: tetongravity.com/films/way-of-life/tour/ 

Pre-Order Way Of Life: shop.tetongravity.com/teton-gravity-research-way-of-life-blu-ray-dvd-film.aspx

 Drop In For More: Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/user/tetongravityresearchCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Way of Life, Way of Life Crash Reel, Crash Reel, crash, ski, skiing, Teton Gravity Research, TGR, alaska, austria, jackson hole and tetons

    Oct 16, 2013 Read more
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    Way of Life World Premiere – Almost Live Season 5 Episode 15

    In season 5 episode 15 of Teton Gravity Research's web ...

    In season 5 episode 15 of Teton Gravity Research's web series Almost Live, join the TGR athletes and production crew as they celebrate the release of their new film Way of Life. The movie premiered to a sold out, rowdy crowd in Jackson Hole during a week full of stoke. Teton Gravity Research’s Almost Live series takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives of the world's top riders. Almost Live plants you on location with the TGR crew. You will be able to track the crew’s progress throughout the season, and watch the drama unfold. Watch More Almost Live Episodes: tetongravity.com/videos/series/almost-live-season-5-207.htm Tour Stops Near You: tetongravity.com/films/way-of-life/tour Check Out Crazy Photos From The Weekend: facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151712286159092.1073741828.7125294091&type;=3 Special thanks to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort: jacksonhole.com Artist: Greg V Track: Gritty Streets & Pretty and Mad GREGVMUSIC.COM Artist: Kevin MacLeod Track: Take the Lead incompetech.com Drop in for more: Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/user/tetongravityresearchCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Way of Life, Way of Life Premiere, premiere, Teton Gravity Research, TGR, Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, JHMR, ski and skiing

    Oct 9, 2013 Read more
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    Cooke City, Montana - Almost Live Season 5 Episode 14

    In season 5 episode 14 of Teton Gravity Research's web ...

    In season 5 episode 14 of Teton Gravity Research's web series Almost Live, The TGR Crew heads North to the sleepy town of Cooke City, Montana for the final trip of the season. The boys expected spring conditions, but were surprised when a storm rolled in just as they did. Teton Gravity Research’s Almost Live series takes you around the globe with the TGR production team and athletes. Get an inside look at what goes into first descents, building and hitting massive backcountry jumps, traveling throughout the most exotic locales on the planet, and the lives of the world's top riders. Almost Live plants you on location with the TGR crew. You will be able to track the crew’s progress throughout the season, and watch the drama unfold. Watch More Almost Live Episodes Way Of Life Trailer Music Courtesy of: Artist: Dead Confederate Track: Vacations Album: In The Marrow Available At: itunes.apple.com/us/album/in-marrow-bonus-track-version/id621546969v Additional Music: Artist: Greg V Track: Emerald Tapestry gregvmusic.com Drop in for more: Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/user/tetongravityresearchCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Almost Live, Cooke City, Montana, TGR, Teton Gravity Research, John Spriggs, Griffin Post, Todd Ligare, ski, skiing, powder and camping

    Sep 25, 2013 Read more
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    20 Days in Atomfjella Mountains in Norway, Under 2 Minutes- TGR Moments

    In this episode of Teton Gravity Research’s web series Moments, ...

    In this episode of Teton Gravity Research’s web series Moments, take a look at a stream of production snapshots from the filming of Further in Norway’s Atomfjella Mountains. Each behind-the-scenes shot is 1 to 1 ½ seconds long and edited together to give a sense of what it was like filming Further with Jeremy Jones. Inspired by Cesar Kuriyama’s “1 Second Everyday – Age 30” video, Moments is a web series by Teton Gravity Research that pieces together snapshots from the filming of The Dream Factory and Further during the 2011-’12 season. Celebrate moments from locations such as Jackson, Anchorage, Valdez, the northern Chugach, Canada’s Powder Highway, Pemberton, BC and Norway’s Atomfjella Mountains. Order Further Watch Moments EpisodesCast: Teton Gravity ResearchTags: Jeremy Jones, Further, TGR, Teton Gravity Research, snowboard, snowboarding, Norway and Arctic Circle

    Sep 12, 2013 Read more
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