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Behind The Scenes - Corbet's Couloir

published Oct 2012 - 956 views
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In March of 2012, Teton Gravity Research filmed a segment for The Dream Factory on the most challenging in-bounds run in the United States -- the infamous Corbet's Couloir at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. On a bluebird day, the TGR crew put together what may be the heaviest session to have ever gone down on this run riddled with history. John Spriggs kicks off the session with a giant back flip, Griffin Post sends the West Wall, 13-year-old Daniel Tisi airs it bigger than most grown men ever have, Matt Phillipi spins a giant 360, Max Hammer throws a huge switch 180 and local Jeff Ledger does his signature front flip. There's no doubt about it, this session was "all-time." Behind The Scenes -- Corbet's Couloir is a DVD extra from Teton Gravity Research's newest film, The Dream Factory. Go To The Dream Factory Film Page: http://www.tetongravity.com/films/the-dream-factory/ Watch More Teton Gravity Research Web Videos: http://www.tetongravity.com/videos/channels/teton-gravity-research-23/

Credit: Teton Gravity Research

Skier: Griffin Post, John Spriggs, Matt Phillipi

Location: Jackson Hole

Playtime: 00:05:04

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