Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films blew minds earlier this year when they dropped unReal – the mountain biking film with more creativity than Walt Disney on acid.

The film featured everything from a dirt blizzard to the biggest front flip of all time, the now legendary one-shot film segment from Brandon Semenuk, and yes indeed, a whole lot of seriously gnarly riding down some hand-sculpted lines on a glacier in backcountry British Columbia.

The footage that came out of those sessions, featuring Cam McCaul, James Doerfling and Graham Agassiz, was absolutely, well, unreal. Here’s some of the POV Sony Action Cam moments from the session, as well as the making of episode from earlier this year.

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