Jeremy Jones Further Unplugged episode 9: Splitboarding Austria

In episode 9 of Jeremy Jones’ Further Unplugged, the Teton Gravity Research crew meets up with Mitch Toelderer and Bibi Pekarek in Innsbruck, Austria, to splitboard deep into the Karwendel Range, a place that sees little winter traffic. After skinning nearly 15 miles, they set up base camp and deal with one of the coldest winters in 50 years to find some rippable lines. Jeremy describes the area as, “one of the most beautiful places that I’ve ever been to in this world.”Supported by Cine Tirol. Filmed on location in Tirol/Innsbruck.

Further Unplugged takes you behind the scenes of Jeremy Jones’ two-year snowboarding film, Further. Get an inside glimpse of what goes on between the lines as Jones and other top riders including Terje Haakonsen, Xavier De Le Rue and Josh Dirksen travel to exotic locations such as Japan, the Arctic Circle and the Wrangell-St. Elias Wilderness. Challenges arise around every corner as this crew attempts to push their minds and bodies further.

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