Tim Durtschi’s Mt. Bachelor

Backcountry freestyler Tim Durtschi shows us around his home mountain.
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Backcountry freestyler Tim Durtschi knows his way around a Bachelor powder day. While the 27-year-old now spends his winters traveling the world and skiing with film companies like Warren Miller Entertainment and TGR, he still considers the mountain and Bend, Oregon, home. Here are some of his favorite lines and how to ski them.

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