TGR Recon Flight - Almost Live Season 5 Episode 3

TGR Recon Flight - Almost Live Season 5 Episode 3

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TGR Recon Flight - Almost Live Season 5 Episode 3

 

 

In season 5 episode 3 of Teton Gravity Research’s web series Almost Live professional skier Griffin Post and TGR cinematographer Dustin Handley go on a reconnaissance mission to find new, unskied lines in and around the Teton mountain range. The Jackson Hole area is filled with aggressive skiers and many of the skiable peaks have been descended. Knowing this, Post and Handley use Google Earth and an airplane to go deeper to find mountains that may have been overlooked by other riders.

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

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