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 10, 2017
Douglas Tompkins was a world-renowned adventurer, entrepreneur, and conservationist.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 27, 2017
Either you love it or you hate it. Tonsai beach is a climbing and party Mecca in Southern Thailand. "Beauty and the Beast" 6c / 5.11a. The only hard move is to get onto the huge stalactite, but it's so much fun! I climbed this before my Fear of Falling practices, so it was... SCARY..
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 20, 2017
489 days after falling from a boulder Bernd Zangerl returns to high level climbing with his first ascent of “Into the Sun”.  A film by Ray Demski - raydemski.com
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 13, 2017
Pro climber Beth Rodden talks about climbing, vulnerability and motherhood. From Outdoor Research
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 06, 2017
The second deadliest day in the history of Mount Everest climbs happened in 1996 -- and Ken Kamler was the only doctor on the mountain that day.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 06, 2017
BD and La Sportiva Athlete Joe Kinder has been in the game since the late 1990’s, and when it comes to sheer numbers, he is prolific. Since 2000, he’s logged roughly 200 5.14 redpoints, sending nails-hard routes like Tommy Caldwell’s Kryptonite (5.14d).
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 30, 2017
Last November, BD Athlete Adam Ondra made the first ascent of C.R.S. (9b), the hardest sport climb in France. For Adam, this route meant progression, as it was the quickest he had ever redpointed 9b.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 09, 2017
Pushing limits is nothing new. That’s precisely how performance levels trend skyward. But what if we told you there was a place, deep in the deserts of Utah, where the lines of progressive sports blur while simultaneously apexing to new, unfathomable realities of what’s possible?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 04, 2017
Sometimes it takes a trip to a wild place to remember just how brave, connected, vulnerable and free we can be. Where is your wild place?