For professional skiers who ply their trade in front of cameras, much of their winter is based around chasing snow. And despite the shortage of snow that plagued much of North America this winter, a crew of athletes and filmers from Teton Gravity Research found plenty of powder during a trip to Revelstoke, British Columbia.
TGR athletes Nick McNutt, Tim Durtschi, Dylan Hood, and Dane Tudor spent several weeks skiing the area’s legendary pillows, which form when tiers of rock are buried under snow not unlike the steps of a staircase. With each descent of a pillow line, these skiers pushed their limits, resulting in a blend of clean tricks—and equally impressive falls.
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