Stio Stories 2020: A Year In Review

By Stirling Cobb on

2020 took us on a wild ride. Throughout the year nature provided stability, peace, and adventure. Enjoy some of our favorite stories from 2020. We can't wait to see what 2021 has in store. Happy new year! 

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Victory Lap: Racing The Leadville 100 MTB

A short film about commitment, perseverance and the grit needed to get to the finish line of the most challenging mountain bike race in America, featuring Stio Ambassadors, Charlie Hagen and Nicole Jorgenson.

The Ranger: Tom Raymer's Lasting Legacy

In mountain towns across the country, there are stories of legends, past and present, that run through the peaks and valleys of the community. Tom Raymer of the Jackson Hole Ski Patrol was one of those people. 

Through The Breaks: A family rafting trip on the Missouri River

Custom boat builder, Jason Cajune takes his family on a river trip to American Prairie Reserve to explore family traditions, a protected landscape and layers of history over time

 

Audio Lines: Stephen Sullivan, Stio Founder & CEO

Stephen Sullivan shares the story of how he wound up in Jackson Hole 30 years ago and never looked back.

Foundations of Backcountry Touring: In partnership with American Avalanche Institute 

A video series about the necessary skills, knowledge, and considerations to make when venturing into the backcountry

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