Huge 85 foot front flip off Fat Bastard cliff, S&S wallride next to Corbet's couloir at Jackson Hole and Central Couloir on Cody Peak. Owen Leeper's video titled Cliffed Out has all the best powder skiing, big mountain lines, cliff hucks and drone shots from Jackson Hole. Follow Owen on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/o_leeps
Drone footage from Tim Swartz with Higher Expectations Productions. Edited by Owen Leeper
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S&S Wallride at Jackson Hole, 85 Foot Cliff Front Flip, Skiing Drone Powder
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28 June 2016
Nothing To Say - Sam Schwartz
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16 November 2006
TGR in Jackson Hole
The Big One
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23 March 2012
Step 1) Show up at the resort at 9.
Step 2) Score inbounds smoothness.
Step 3) Repeat 2 until satisfied.
- Andrew Whiteford
A Piece Of My Sublette by Andrew Whiteford
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16 February 2011
Early Up - Jackson Hole
11 February 2011
Ground Adventure Series goes to Jackson Hole with Fatypus skis.
Fat-Ypus skis are hand made in Colorado (USA).
Fat-Ypus Skis - Jackson Hole Ground Adventure Series
6 February 2013
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.
Recon Flight - Almost Live Season 5 Episode 3
7 May 2015
Dennis Corbet and Colin Gomez experienced an avalanche accident in late January in the French Alps.
Dennis was riding a cool face when, after a drop, a slab got triggered. He didn’t really understand what was happening and fell while turning on the crack. He was immediately covered by the avalanche and got pushed to the bottom.
Colin, who was watching him ridding, started the rescue. Thanks to the DVA he found him and, with the help of the witnesses, wriggled him out of the avalanche.