Chuck Patterson takes a different approach, ditches the surfboard and grabs his skis to conquer the famous surf spot known as Jaws.
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This past winter Nick McNutt was skiing in the North Cascades when he faced the most dangerous element of big mountain skiing, an avalanche. Fortunately the Canadian showcased not only his strength as a skier, but his ability to perform under pressure. Nick was able to point his skis and safely ski out of the avalanche. This was captured while he was filming for Teton Gravity Research's new film "Tight Loose". The full movie is available now for digital download and on DVD.
A helluva lot more than a pretty face, pro-skier Amie Engerbretson spent her first day on snow at 10 months old, and has been shredding ever since. Watch her favorite moments from last season as she charges through Japan, Utah, and Alaska.
"I was taking off near 60mph and felt like I was getting launched out of a cannon."
Sammy Carlson has a steel sack. He decided to tackle Copper Peak, a 24-story ski jump in Michigan that has 364-feet of vertical drop and an elevator to get to the top. The largest ski jump in the Western Hemisphere, it hadn't been hit in 20-years, and Sammy nails it before giving it a go switch. This is one of the most absurd ski moments we've ever witnessed.
Part 2 of ALL IN finds Dane Tudor and Sam Cohen taking on skiing's ultimate proving ground: Alaska's Chilkat Range. Jagged peaks lead directly to blue ocean as the comrades work together to find beauty amidst the imposing scale. "There comes a point when nothing else matters but what you truly believe in," says Tudor, "and for me that time is now."
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Watch Scott Sports athletes Sam Cohen, McKenna Peterson, Corey and Taylor Felton take on unpredictable (but spectacular) Stanley, Idaho in preparation for the 2015-16 season. The crew takes on high elevation, freezing temps, and notoriously volatile continental snowpack in the remote corner of backcountry terrain as they work their way up the "ladder" towards Haines, Alaska.
Part 2 of ALL IN drops Thursday, Dec. 3rd on Network A
With winter scratching at our heels, the primal call to gear up and get on the mountain is blaring like an air raid siren. We here at Network A know it's not easy to get out there when the wind is howling and video game release season is in dead heat, however, so in order to help, we trekked to every corner of the mountain—from the park rails to the bowl pow—to find the gear that will inspire you, no matter who you are or what your style, to get out and shred this season. Check it out and get that wishlist cooking.
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.