Teton Gravity Research is proud to present the film that started it all: Deeper. As the first chapter of TGR’s trilogy of films on Jeremy Jones—Deeper, Further, and Higher—it documents the beginning of Jones’ commitment to exploring the globe under the power of his own two feet.

Don’t miss out—TGR is showing the full film for free from Friday, January 24th to Monday, January 27th, 2014. Join Jeremy and a team of heavy hitters—including Travis Rice, Josh Dirksen, Xavier De Le Rue, and Johan Oloffson—as they travel the world in search of steep lines, deep snow, and untouched terrain.

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Seth Lightcap
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24 January 2014
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