Season 1 · Episode 1: Meet Jeremy Jones, legendary big mountain snowboarder. He’s a on a mission he has never attempted before, to ride the rowdiest terrain on earth without the help of helicopters and snowmobiles... this time, Jones is on foot.
Meet Jeremy Jones, legendary big mountain snowboarder. He’s a on a mission he has never attempted before, to ride the rowdiest terrain on earth without the help of helicopters and snowmobiles... this time, Jones is on foot.
Haines Pt. 2
Jeremy Jones’ team is hunkered down on a glacier in the Alaskan wilderness, stuck in a storm cycle and low on food. Sixty miles from the nearest town and on foot, the riders’ options look grim.
The High Sierra
Jeremy Jones takes his lessons learned from Alaska and applies his new knowledge to his own backyard, the High Sierra Range, California.
Jeremy finally gets the chance to ride with a snowboarder he has always respected and admired, Xavier De Le Rue. Xavier takes Jeremy to hit the Swiss Face first and instantly Jeremy feels out of his element, climbing over streams and up mountains in the dark.
The Tour Ronde
Without any ice climbing skills, Jeremy has quite the learning experience, climbing and riding the Tour Ronde in Chamonix, France with Xavier DeLeRue.
The Blanche De Peuterey
Sometimes backing down from a line is the best way to make progress. Jones and De Le Rue make an attempt at a line near the deadliest part of the Mont Blanc massif -- theBlanche De Peuterey. The riders plan to ride a line descended only once before, leading them into the dangerous Bendetti Couloir. After almost being ejected off the face due to rock fall, they reluctantly retreat, learning a valuable lesson from mother nature.
After conquering Europe, Jeremy Jones discovers a brand new world laying right in front of him. The opposite of the icy, dangerous faces he was riding in the Alps. Here he is given the gift of ideal Nor-Cal riding: bluebird skies and bottomless powder. Jeremy gets riders Ryland Bell, Josh Dirksen and Forrest Shearer to tag along as they uncover a lifetime of unique, rowdy and untouched terrain right in the middle of sunny California.
Into the Wild
Back for more the next year, Jeremy and the crew head back to Alaska, but this time to go out deeper than ever before. But the Alaskan weather changes their plans again as they are hit with another storm, this time wondering if their camp will survive long enough to run out of food.
Jeremy and Ryland have their hopes set on the two most prominent, dangerous lines in the area, but in order to ride them in the light, they must spend the night on the top of the mountain. Departing at 4pm, they ascend a seemingly endless couloir making it to the top as the sun sets. The rest of the crew stays back and struggles to sleep as their teammates attempt daunting mission. If these lines get ridden, they will be first descents in the absolute best possible style.
Alaska The Finale
The finale of the series and the project, Once Jeremy and Ryland conquered the bivy, the next step is to attempt to ride 2 of the biggest faces around camp. Taking their biggest steps in the mountains, the team goes out in style ending this journey with some of the craziest riding they have done. If they make it through this one they’re next two years will be spent going further and taking Jeremy’s concept to new heights.