Teton Gravity Research

Ian McIntosh has got to be superhuman or something. While filming for Teton Gravity Research's newest film, Paradise Waits, he took this hellacious 1,600-foot tumble down the Neacola range in Alaska. Thankfully, he pulled his airbag almost immediately and came away fairly unscathed.

Ian McIntosh has got to be superhuman or something. While filming for Teton Gravity Research's newest film, Paradise Waits, he took this hellacious 1,600-foot tumble down the Neacola range in Alaska. Thankfully, he pulled his airbag almost immediately and came away fairly unscathed.

Erik Roner is back with a new episode of Roner Vision. Follow your favorite Nitro Circus-accredited big mountain skier and sky diving BASE jumper as he heads to Haines, Alaska, to shoot for the new Teton Gravity Research movie with Seth Morrison. Meanwhile, back in Lake Tahoe, Oskar Roner gets up to what Oskar always gets up to ...

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"That was insane."
"That was big."
"That looked like fun."
Those quotes from the folks in Teton Gravity Research's "The Dream Factory" video sum things up pretty well. Part of TGR's Moments series, this video is a collection of one-second clips that the skiers logged while filming in Pemberton, British Columbia during the 2011-12 season.