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For some, skiing is about escaping choices?and for others it is a means for embracing them. This winter, Teton Gravity Research athletes and filmers headed to Sella Nevea, Italy to film for the company?s latest project, Almost Ablaze. Thanks to a storm that dumped over six meters of pow, the iconic ski resort found itself enjoying the most snow in one hundred years. Between all this snow and the resort?s legendary terrain, skiers Colter Hinchliffe, Dash Longe, and Dana Flahr were surrounded by an abundance of options. Steep chutes, cliff faces, open bowls, and wind lips provided the perfect canvas for throwing down. And luckily, this episode of Almost Live Presented by Gore-Tex Products captures the action. Sometimes in life, it doesn?t hurt to be overwhelmed by options. Drop in with TGR! Facebook: facebook.com/tetongravityresearch Instagram: instagram.com/tetongravity YouTube: youtube.com/tetongravityresearch Twitter: twitter.com/TetonGravity View Teton Gravity Research on Google+