Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 05, 2020
Something is considered whole only when a collection of little things come together. Emily Harrington, Nina Williams, Matty Hong, & Jacopo Larcher travel to Pitumarca, Peru, to climb the inspiring walls of the Andes Mountains.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 05, 2020
In the mountains behind the sleepy coastal town of Powell River, BC, a small group of rock climbers has spent decades quietly pioneering routes on some of the largest granite walls in Canada.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 05, 2020
Meet the woman who breathes happiness. Nepali Villager, Mira Rai, has broken through Nepals female stereotype barriers and is now living her dream life as a world class trail runner.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
"Ikigai is a Japanese concept that centers around the idea of finding one’s reason for being. Being a climber and artist is my reason.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
The National Environmental Policies Act (NEPA) is a bedrock environmental law that was built to provide government oversight in a system that otherwise affords the government ample discretion.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
As millions around the world shelter at home, the smog melts away, the birds sing, and the waters run clear. What if we used this moment in our lives and in history as an opportunity to jumpstart the rebirth and rewilding of our planet when we go back to work and school?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
When internationally renowned Haida carver Robert Davidson was only 22 years old, he carved the first new totem pole on British Columbia’s Haida Gwaii in almost a century.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 28, 2020
The Middle Fork of the Salmon River was named the “River of No Return” by white settlers, who piloted wooden scows down the river and used the lumber from the boats to build homesteads, never to return to so-called civilization.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 21, 2020
The Wild in Me series of films celebrates wildness and the relationships between people and wild places.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 21, 2020
A candid look at race and equity in the outdoor industry from the perspective of people of color attending the 2018 Color The Crag Festival in Steele Alabama. Please note and respect that the people interviewed shared their opinions and stories based on their own experiences in the outdoors.