Island Lake Lodge is a special place. The terrain is wide and varied, with everything from classic jumps, big rocky mountain terrain and a micro-climate that blankets the area with some of the deepest snowfall in Canada. When a crew of Teton Gravity Research athletes headed up to the lodge last winter, epic sessions went down. Experience what happens when Dash Longe, Dane Tudor, Nick McNutt & Tim Durtschi head up to Island Lake Lodge for an epic session.
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