Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 28, 2018
Florian Nick travelled 5500 km in six weeks exploring the vast landscapes of British Columbia and Alberta in Canada, always looking to place his camera gear in the most beautiful sceneries possible.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 03, 2018
The story of a canyoneer, public lands and a totally absurd New Year’s tradition in Bears Ears National Monument.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 31, 2017
For over 50 years, Dave Field has helped design and maintain the Appalachian Trail as it traverses the Maine backwoods. Now he has a message for the next generation of Trail volunteers and how they can claim a piece of the A.T. as their own.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 03, 2017
A compass can be invaluable for navigation, and should be part of a larger toolkit consisting of a topographic map, watch, altimeter, and GPS.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 19, 2017
Jump in the van with Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder as they weave their way through Scotland, exploring how personal accountability allows for universal land access and the old farm shelters that support mountain folks to rove freely.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 19, 2017
This spring Stept Studios had the privilege of joining Stacy Bare, Robin Brown, and Matthew Griffin, three U.S. Army Captains on a heartfelt journey back to where they served in Iraq. [Some adult language/content.]
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 15, 2017
We all have dreams. Paul’s dream was to hike the Appalachian Trail.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 15, 2017
  Clare Gallagher was headed toward medical school, until she realized the path everyone else wanted her to take wouldn’t make her happy. So she took one step back, 100 miles forward, and went in a new direction.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 17, 2017
Last year I (Alastair Humphreys) spent a week in Scotland making a film about bothies. This Easter I returned to make a new film with my friend Tem. We spent a glorious week zooming around the Highlands and Cairngorms.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 17, 2017
For on-trail hiking, this is the single most important navigation skill. Use dead-reckoning to predict your ETA at future landmarks and to approximate your current location.