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​Family Dinner: Camp Fuel in Grand Teton National Park

Cooking on a winter camping expedition isn’t exactly easy – but eating dinner in Moran Bay while staring back up at your tracks with your buddies pretty much can’t be beat. This past winter, Sierra Nevada athlete Jeremy Jones joined Teton locals Nat Murphy and Clark Henarie to take advantage of a weather window in the Tetons to climb and ride a laundry list of lines on the far side of Jackson Lake. With gourmet quesadillas and a few cold Pale Ales on the menu, the trio were unstoppable – ticking off what it would take most a lifetime to ride in just a few days. Catch the full segment in Magic Hour, on tour now and available for streaming and download at tetongravity.com/films/magic-hour.

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​The Soundtrack of Shred: A Brief History of ODESZA & TGR
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​The Soundtrack of Shred: A Brief History of ODESZA & TGR

​The Soundtrack of Shred: A Brief History of ODESZA & TGR

What’s the first band that comes to mind when you think about the TGR’S films? A few might come to mind, but if you really sit down and crunch the numbers, the answer might surprise you. The electronic duo, ODESZA, and Teton Gravity Research have a long standing relationship. One might say it all began after a night at the Mangy Moose in 2014, but Jackson local and ODESZA manager Adam Foley said that it’s been a thing of fate for the two powerhouses to collaborate since the conception of

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​Jeremy Jones Rides Teton Classics in Magic Hour
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​Jeremy Jones Rides Teton Classics in Magic Hour

​Jeremy Jones Rides Teton Classics in Magic Hour

If there’s someone who knows a thing or two about waiting for conditions, it’s Jeremy Jones. This season was a tough one in the Tetons, with a long a dry spell during a normally fruitful time of the season. Luckily, the flip side to high pressure in the Tetons is that no snow often means stable avalanche conditions for riding big lines. Teaming up with a crew of world-class snowboarders, Jones returned to the Tetons for a weeklong camping strike mission to tick off a few classic lines

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​VIDEO: More Proof That Innsbruck Is The Coolest Place To Live in the Alps
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​VIDEO: More Proof That Innsbruck Is The Coolest Place To Live in the Alps

​VIDEO: More Proof That Innsbruck Is The Coolest Place To Live in the Alps

There's a reason so many of the world's best skiers and snowboarders end up in Innsbruck. It might be the mountains, it might be the snow, it might be the vibrant and eclectic community of likeminded individuals in one invigorating city surrounded by all of the above. In , ex-Freeride World Tour skier and 'imported local' Neil Williman and filmmaker Timmy Schröder introduce Innsbruck's rag-tag collective of elite shredders as they explore the biggest peaks, sendiest hits and rowdiest lines