The Far Out Ones: Angel Collinson

The Far Out Ones: Angel Collinson

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The Far Out Ones: Angel Collinson

REI presents Far Out, the new ski and snowboard film by Teton Gravity Research. Angel Collinson grew up in the mountains, and has never left. From ski racing, to winning big mountain competitions, to opening and closing Teton Gravity Research films, you can tell she is at home when she is skiing. Last year, Angel changed her residency from Utah to Alaska. So, naturally, she threw a housewarming party for her TGR family and started the film season at her new home, with her brother John and good friend Sam Smoothy joining her. While most pros don’t venture north until the springtime, TGR took advantage of Angel’s new backyard to get a jumpstart on the Alaska film season. I caught up with Angel to hear how the season went-how she felt returning to a full ski season after recovering from her injury, and what she wants to do next with her career. Be sure to check out her skiing in TGR’s ski and snowboard film Far Out, Presented by REI.

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