Roadless, the new film from Teton Gravity Research, sees three of the world’s best snowboarders splitboard trek into the vast wilderness of Bridger-Teton National Forest – the largest in the lower 48.
Filmed over ten days in the Teton Wilderness of Wyoming during the winter of 2019, ROADLESS follows the trio on their quest to explore and connect with one of the most untamed areas in the United States. Led by veteran snowboarder Bryan Iguchi, the three adventurers embark on an entirely human-powered splitboarding expedition. All three professional snowboarders, Bryan Iguchi, Travis Rice, and Jeremy Jones skinned and rode dozens of never-before-seen lines across nearly 600,000 acres of protected land within the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
“ROADLESS is one of the wildest missions we’ve ever embarked on, with three of the most iconic snowboarders in the world,” said TGR producer and co-founder Steve Jones. “The terrain is mind-boggling, and the candid insights of these athletes are truly unique.”
ROADLESS will make its world premiere on Oct.10 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, followed by an international tour. Details for the tour will be available at TetonGravity.com