Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2021
On February 2, the National Wildlife Federation and partners hosted a roundtable, moderated by Dr.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 04, 2021
Watch in awe as Spanish kayaker Aniol Serrasolses descends more than 25 kilometers by kayak from Chile's snowy Volcano summit in the Araucanía region, through a forest culminating into a lake where he also manages to pull off the world’s first world’s first double kickflip on a kayak!
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 28, 2021
Kimber Cross is an adaptive athlete and National Board Certified teacher from Tacoma, Washington, Kimber Cross is passionate about the alpine. She started climbing in 2016, taking the Basic Alpine Course with The Mountaineers, an organization based in Washington.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 28, 2021
“Descent of the Refuge,” a film made to bring awareness to protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge through telling the story of three friends on a backcountry skiing expedition around the Okpilak Watershed in the Arctic Refuge. Director: Molly Booth & Morgan Shields 
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 28, 2021
"In February 2020, I spent a month cycling accross frozen lake Baikal. The cold, the ice and the snow drew me there. I can’t explain precisely why I enjoy being in these landscapes so much but I feel comfortable in these wintery places – despite the cold, the harshness and the solitude.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 21, 2021
“I want to reach skiers and snowboarders and show them how Native people have always been a part of the stories of the mountains and how we will continue to be in the future, through demonstrating my personal relationship to my home mountains.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 14, 2021
Take a deep breath and enjoy the calming power of BC’s nature with this collection of moments in nature from across the province.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 14, 2021
Professional skier Christina Lustenberger talks about how her expertise and passions were shaped by British Columbia's mountains.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 07, 2021
Join the Northwest Avalanche Center for the fourteenth annual Northwest Snow and Avalanche Workshop (NSAW). NSAW is the region’s largest gathering of snow and avalanche professionals and backcountry recreationists who work and travel in avalanche terrain.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 07, 2021
Do you want to know how to save your breath when going up with skins, or how to save your energy when skinning up a slope, or how to get an extra lap in your day? There are three major errors that people make when climbing with skins on their skis. Do you know if you're making one of them?