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Watch Dash Longe find peaks and slay steeps via impressive footage

Every fall, ski films from crews all over the world blow us away with the latest and greatest. But down the line, these films are often forgotten about and replaced with something new. With this in mind, Dash Longe put together a collection of his best Teton Gravity Research footage from 2015 for the world to enjoy all over again. He’s proud of each and every shot to this day, as he should be, and you’d be wise to give up a few minutes of your time to see them for yourself.

From Dash: “For athletes who have chosen to engage in capturing and representing their idea of what is possible through film, it is hard not to become quite attached to the footage they dedicate their lives to. For me it is a constant process, winter by winter, waiting patiently for the perfect moment to emerge so I can release my imagination upon the mountain. The work put into each shot can be quite extensive and hours upon hours are spent visualizing how the execution of a maneuver should look to a viewer and even how the shot should look on screen. For a creative perfectionist, it can be quite a draining experience when things don’t turn out the way they are envisioned. Once ideas are brought to actuality the feeling is unexplainably rewarding. This compilation of recorded ski footage is an attempt to revive the fantasy that was my goal two winters ago.”



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