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THE CALL OF THE RIVER

Fierce, remote and hazardous, the Apurimac River is considered the farthest source of the Amazon. From the glacial meltwater of the ridge of the Mismi, a 5,597-metre-high mountain in the …

CHILD CARE WITH DANNY MACASKILL

Scotland’s Danny Macaskill is probably the most viral thing bikes have ever seen, merging the MTB and trials worlds with unrivalled creativity as he shows off the best of Scottish …

SURFING THE ZAMBEZI

With optimal water volume and flow rate absolutely paramount, river waves are a mystical beast.  On the Zambezi, when those conditions align, the river produces a standing wave with more …

TIMELAPSE FROM THE ROOF OF THE EARTH

The 2014 and 2015 seasons hosted the highest number of recorded fatalities on Mount Everest. Elia Saikaly, the creater of this captivating timelapse was there during both seasons and the …

IS THIS THE WORLD’S TOUGHEST BIKE RACE?

It takes a particular kind of person to want to race off-road across the high passes of Kyrgyzstan. Especially when there are no prizes at stake. The late Mike Hall …

WATCH: ICE AND PALMS

A multi-disciplined self supported tour, Ice and Palms follows skiers Jochen Mesle and Max Kroneck as they cycle, climb and ski across from southern Germany to the Mediterranean Sea.

THE CLIMBING CHOLITAS OF BOLIVIA

Having all worked for years as cooks and porters in the high camps of the Andes, four years ago, a group of Bolivian Aymara indigenous women aged between 24 and 52 …

RIDING THE WILDS OF KYRGYZSTAN

Boundless miles of rugged mountains and a focal point of the ancient Silk Road, remote adventure is synonymous with Kyrgyzstan. Along with professional riders Tom Oehler and Rene Wildhaber, this …

DAN MILNER ON A LIFE OF BIKES AND ADVENTURE

Eventually though his organic talent for adventure photography mixed with an undeniable personal connection to the humble bicycle has led him across the globe to record some of the most …

A SELF-SUPPORTED ICELANDIC TRAVERSE

Along the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge forms our world’s longest mountain range. While nearly all of it lies below the ocean’s surface, separating the Eurasian and …

THE FIRST ASCENT OF JANHUKOT

Surrounded by some of the most formidable peaks of the Himalayas including Meru, Shivling and Kedar Dome, mountaineers have been trying to claim Janhukot’s summit since the ’80s. In May …

DOCUMENTING 20 YEARS IN THE MOUNTAINS

A silent workhorse of the adventure industry, for those in the know, the name Chris Figenshaw is synonymous with some of the biggest, boldest productions in the mountains. “Chris has …

BASE JUMPING MT. BLANC DU TACUL

Holy Smokes! In early September of 2018, accompanied by photographer Hamish Frost and videographer Jake Holland, Tim Howell and willis Morris climbed Mont Blanc du Tacul’s Arête du Diable. They …

CHASING WILD: BIKERAFTING WITH BEARS IN BC

Starting at the entrance of the new mine, Red Chris they’d cycle 150km to a river, from where they’d circle the region paddling 200km before pedalling back to their starting …

SNOWBOARDER JEREMY JONES PAYS TRIBUTE TO JOHN MUIR

Naturalist, author, environmental philosopher, glaciologist and founder of the Sierra Club, John Muir – “Father of the National Parks” – has been etched into history for his activism which helped …

BIKEPACKING FROM DUSHANBE TO BISHKEK

In 2014, Marc Maurer cycled from his home in Cologne, Germany to Istanbul, Turkey, cancelling his return flight to ride back instead. Two years later, he continued his journey east …

THE CHAOS OF HIGH SPEED KAYAKING

Within the realms of adventure sports, there are several things you just can’t fully prepare for. The obvious which comes to mind is ski jumping, another is running high intensity …

ESCAPE TO THE MOAB

We can all relate to the need for escape – the rising tide, which only retreats with a dose of adventure – but few videos capture it as well as …

THE FASTEST WHEELS IN NEPAL

Kids and wheels; wherever you are in the world, they go together and Nepal is no different. Kids and wheels; wherever you are in the world, they go together and …

EMPIRE OF WINDS

At the southern tip of the Americas, where the land finally submits to the Southern Ocean, alpine peaks are surrounded by ocean. With the Atlantic to the east and the …

WHITEWATER NIRVANA

Call it narcissistic, but a ‘first’ will always be an adventure accolade worth obtaining. Simply going where you know others haven’t previously, oblivious as to what exactly lies ahead, prepared …

THE FIGHT FOR OUR WILD PLACES

With widespread resource extraction, our planet’s wild places are under serious threat and modern conservation is never as straight forward as it seems from the outside.

HIKING WITH MAN’S BEST FRIEND

This is professional photographer Ace Kvale and his dog Genghis Khan, a.k.a Desert Dawg. To celebrate his 60th birthday, Ace set off from his front door in Utah for a 60 …

HOW TO MITIGATE AVALANCHE RISK

In 2008, Xavier De Le Rue got taken and burried by a solid avalanche, the sort most don’t survive. This was reason enough for him to share some of his lessons learned and …

THE MAN WHO CLIMBED EVEREST 21 TIMES

Having promised his wife, his 21st ascent would be his last, he retired in May of 2011. Now, at 58-years-old, through his work at the Apa Sherpa Foundation, he aims …

THE CLOUDBREAK SESSION OF A LIFETIME

Swell rarely demands as much attention as when a solid low pressure system aims itself at a particular patch of reef guarding the Fijian island of Tavarua. Cloudbreak at size …

HOW TO MANAGE FEAR

It’s all about knowing your personal limits, being able to match your skills with the risks at hand and make sure you are capable. Even if it’s at the risk …

CLIMBING’S SHANGRI-LA

Perched almost a kilometre above the jungle floor, the world’s highest waterfall is iconic in every sense. Carved out by millions of years of flowing water, sheer sided mountains dominate …

WHAT IT TAKES TO CLIMB EL CAPITAN

In October 2017, Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds set a new speed record for The Nose route on El Capitan. What generally takes accomplished climbers several days to achieve, they …

LEAVING BASECAMP

Aleix Vilardebo’s video captures the early morning atmosphere as a small group of climbers leave Everest Basecamp, destined for high altitude camps.

KAMCHATKA IS A VOLCANIC WONDERLAND

Across its 270,000 km2 lives only a population of 322,000, more than half of which live in the regional capital Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky on the peninsula’s south eastern shore, meaning the remainder of the 1,250-kilometre-long finger …

A BACKCOUNTRY FORAY

With almost 90% of the country at more than 1,500 meters above sea level the possibilities for alpine exploration are huge as Jöttnar pro team rider Tom Coney defines here …

BIKEPACKING ACROSS THE ATACAMA

To the west of the Andes, in northern Chile sits the driest non-polar desert in the world, the Atacama. With Robin Munshaw, Lorraine Blancher embarked on her own human-powered venture, …

CLIMBING WITH BEDOUIN

For thousands of years, climbing has been integral within Bedouin culture and today a strong climbing community still exists across young and old. Hosted by the Bedouin on each of …

ICE SKATING LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE

If you’ve got the ice to support it, what better way to access the backcountry? Filmed in Alaska over the course of two winters, Wild Ice features nordic bladers, hockey …

Kyrgyzstan mountains

DREAMING OF KYRGYZSTAN

Boasting a land mass of roughly 95% mountains, of which 40% are over 3000m, sandwiched between China to the east and Uzbekistan to the west, Kyrgyzstan is an adventure canvas …

Paragliding over Angel Falls

HOW IT FEELS TO FLY OVER ANGEL FALLS

After five full days of hiking to get there, it took just 15 minutes to descend, dropping nearly 1,000m into the Venezuelan treetops from atop a massive plateau in the …

WATCH: THE PLACE OF THE GAELS

Volatile weather systems and conditions with a nasty habit of turning on their head within an instant, means adventure in the Scottish Highlands rarely runs without hitch. It’s never simple, …

Life Coach, Renan Ortzuk and Alex Honnold

LIFE LESSONS ON EXPEDITION

When conditions turned on Alex Honnold and Renan Ozturk during a first ascent expedition of Alaska’s Ruth Gorge, the result was an inwards look at life’s big questions.

Leon McCarron walking through the Middle East, the Land Beyond

Walking 1000 Miles Through the Middle East

From Jerusalem, Leon McCarron followed a series of ancient trading and pilgrimage routes to traverse some of the most contested landscapes in the world, through the West Bank and Jordan …