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Authored by AnthonyBonello on Wednesday, September 24, 2008 - 00:00

I caught up with JP in Montreal at IF3 and got the lowdown on what’s cooking in his pot.How has your Summer been? What have you been up to?I spent most of my summer at Poorboyz, helping out with the new movie "Reasons". So even though I was at the computer most of the time, I did score some of the best waves I’ve ever gotten in California. After editing, I went to New Zealand for a quick Armada...
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Authored by Rossignol on Friday, October 7, 2011 - 09:15

Following TimeLine webisodes documenting early season riding twice a month from November till March, TimeLine Films present THIS IS MY WINTER. A movie giving mountain lovers a unique chance to experience the mountain from Xavier de Le Rue’s point of view, when serious business starts.While one of the worst winter season strikes Europe TimeLine crew relentlessly sought the best spots and...
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Authored by otherdataadmin on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 16:06

The 23-24th of may 2011, Andreas Fransson did the first ski-descent of Denali south face in Alaska.
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Authored by Peakz on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 15:31

BioChile news agency has reported that  JP Auclair and Andreas Franson have been confirmed as dead as a result of an avalanche.
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Authored by swissiphic on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 14:17

Deep pow with The Happy Wanderer soundtrack.  You can't go wrong.
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Authored by Peakz on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 12:42

The Big snow storm the past couple of days at Silverton Mountain, Colorado provided some lucky ski and snowboard patrollers the opportunity to jump on the chairlift today.  The first ski turns of the Colorado 2014/15 ski season were made on a fresh blanket of snow covering Colorado’s highest elevation ski area.  Smiles were huge, and the fun factor off the charts after the winter storm...
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Authored by TetonGravity on Monday, September 29, 2014 - 12:15

TGR athlete Ian McIntosh ditches his skis and picks up a parachute in this episode of Sony’s Mind Eye. McIntosh and company look to emulate their Swiss cohorts so they pack their chutes, stretch out the hammies, and go for a little Swiss “Yogg”.
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Authored by TetonGravity on Monday, September 29, 2014 - 12:12

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...
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Authored by TetonGravity on Monday, September 29, 2014 - 12:10

In this episode of Sony Mind's Eye, Dash wanted to use the Action Cam to abandon the conventions of your run-of-the-mill POV edit.
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Authored by Biglines on Monday, September 29, 2014 - 10:46

"‘The Wise Man’ is the emotive story of Eddie Hunter’s personal connection with Banff National Park and Mt. Norquay, a mountain he has called home his entire life. Born in 1926, the same year Mt. Norquay was established, Eddie has been skiing Banff’s first ski resort for over 80 years. Eddie escorts the viewer through Norquay’s past and present, sharing the impact the mountains have had in his...
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Authored by Biglines on Monday, September 29, 2014 - 04:51

Freeriding content be damned.....this is the best. 
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Authored by Thomas_Rozsypalek on Friday, September 26, 2014 - 00:49

I have decided to redo my season edit. Thanks to Swany Gloves, Char Poles, and Intuition Liners.
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