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Videographer Pierce Hodges at work.

Here's a sweet edit from Pierce Hodges and Meadows, with Kyle Skutch, Eric Skutch, Wil Kirkland, Wilson Brown and Jason Watts catching huge air in the new Vista Park at Mt. Hood Meadows.

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This gorgeous edit from Nike and Salomon starring the amazing Annie Boulanger is full of mouth-watering powder in the deep backcountry. If you watch closely you will notice that Annie had a rather close call with a monster avalanche last season. She looks smooth turning out of danger's way, no problem, but it could have been bad.

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Julia Mancuso and Scotty Lago co-star in this lively Nike commercial that combines action, humor and bad singing.

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Seven goofiest pics tagged #ShredHood

Seven goofiest pics tagged #ShredHood

Instagram pics tagged #ShredHood keep pouring in, and they look great! We've decided to highlight our current seven goofiest favs. More to come, keep tagging 'em #ShredHood.

 

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Wow. Here's the Dew Tour video of Mount Hood-trained Nick Goepper's winning run in the Dew Tour Slopestyle.

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Apparently it can be done, because Greg Bretz just did it. Here is the Dew Tour video of Bretz's winning run in Breckenridge.

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This sky-view video of top racers in training, from CloudGate Aerial Cinematography, shows why helicopter drones are in such high demand these days.

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19-year-old Hood shredder Nick Goepper of Windell's Academy is tearing it up as usual at this year's Dew Tour. Here are a couple of  Dew Tour videos to show how challenging the course is, and how creative the top freeskiers are. 

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The new film from Sweetgrass Production, Valhalla, is all about the sheer joy of playing in the snow when you're a kid, and the quest to relive that feeling for the rest of your life, in fresh mountain snow.

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Blake McCoy of Premonition Films did some splitboard climbing and powder shredding after the first decent snowfall of 2013-14 with Ryan Stephens, Colin Langlois, and Adam Fleck, and then put together this lively five-minute edit. Looks (and sounds) like they had a good time.

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