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TWENTY is the culmination of twenty years of big mountain filming, and raises the question of ‘is it worth it?’  more »

Mission Steeps from Timeline Missions Xavier De Le Rue and Sam Anthamatten are known for bringing speed and fluidity into the big mountain environment. Following Mission Antarctic, Mission Steeps is the second chapter of the Mission Series. Watch some of...  more »

Memorial film for Andreas Fransson and JP Auclair "On September 29th 2014, I lost my two best friends JP Auclair and Andreas Fransson in an avalanche on Monte San Lorenzo near the border of Chile and Argentina. It has now been one year since the...  more »

Andreas Fransson and Xavier de le Rue on Aiguille du Plan  more »

On May 23-24th of 2011, Andreas Fransson completed the first ski-descent of Denali's south face in Alaska.  more »

Over the past 3 years Andreas Fransson' logged first descents in a half-dozen countries, battled back to life from an accident that nearly killed him, and become the most talked about skier in the epicenter of all things extreme -- Chamonix, France. What...  more »

As the youngest land mass on earth, Iceland is an ever-evolving paradise for skiers. Littered with volcanoes, the ski lines here plunge straight to the ocean's edge. Andreas Fransson, Chris Rubens, and Mark Abma visit Arctic Heli Sking on the Troll...  more »

Part 1: Andreas Fransson guiding JP Auclair to some legendary spots in Chamonix. Part 2: Andreas Fransson guiding JP Auclair in Chamonix.  more »

Update: The Chilean press is confirming the death of Swedish born extreme ski mountaineer Andreas Fransson and Canadian Freestyle skier JP Auclair in an avalanche in the Aysen region of Chile. The news comes as a complete shock to the ski world. At this...  more »

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