Teton Gravity Research to show 28th annual snow film, Legend Has It at Palisades
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. – Teton Gravity Research, the global leader in action and adventure lifestyle media, announces its 28th annual snow film, Legend Has It. The film features an array of awe-inspiring locations including Patagonia, the California Sierra, Pakistan, and TGR’s backyard, Jackson Hole.
TGR’s elite team of athletes pushes the boundaries in some of the wildest terrain across the globe, helped by the winter of 22/23 that provided record-breaking storm cycles in iconic locations. Legend Has It features stunning cinematography, mind-blowing scenery, and TGR’s most progressive riding to date.
“We’ve traveled the world for 28 years in pursuit of groundbreaking action and cinematography. Over the years we have collected countless stories and experienced extraordinary moments,” says Todd Jones, co-founder of TGR. “This year’s annual film taps into these legendary tales – be it mythical storm cycles, heroic feats, or whispers of fantastical terrain.”
The TGR team chased lines in the Sierra Nevada during California’s snowiest winter on record, rode bottomless powder in the Tetons, explored classic Alaskan spines in the Chugach Mountains and Coast Range, ventured deep into Colorado’s backcountry, and embarked on far-flung expeditions in Patagonia and the Karakoram in Pakistan.
Legend Has It features world-renowned skiers and riders such as Kai Jones, Ian Mcintosh, Nick
McNutt, Parkin Costain, Griffin Post, Janelle Yip, Jeremy Jones, Tim Durtschi, Colter Hinchliffe,
Maggie Voisin, and many more who pushed their limits to create this film. The film showcases
insight into athlete personalities and their relentless commitment to adventure.
The film will be showing at the Olympic Valley Event Center on Friday, Oct. 13. There will be two showings; Early: 5 p.m. doors, 5:30 p.m. film. Late: 7:15 p.m. doors, 7:45 p.m. film.
Pay what you can; TGR wants their events to be accessible for the entire outdoor community, so whether you’re joining us for $10, or can support with a $25 ticket, the hope is the give-and-take will allow them to continue to bring the films to you while making events more accessible for everyone.
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