Stars of Climbing Blind Jesse and Molly Dufton are back at it again, with Jesse upping his game and setting his (non)-sight on the stunning Forked Lightning Crack (E2 5c), a classic Don Whillans...
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Soil crust, crypto, living soil. It goes by many different names, but what really are biocrusts? We talked to Kristina Young, PHD candidate studying biocrusts and Executive Director of @Science Moab...
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Gerry was a very special friend for Simon Gietl. A friend with whom he could talk about everything, but at the same time someone who was not afraid of silence. With Gerry it was a pleasure for Simon...
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A Dog's Tale | SHIMANO

By Shimano
It all starts with the trail. The crunch of the dirt, the smell of a dewy morning ride, or the feeling of brushing away pebbles with a perfectly timed belly scrub. These are the happy memories of a...
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On February 2, the National Wildlife Federation and partners hosted a roundtable, moderated by Dr. Mamie Parker, pioneering conservationist, and Dianne Dillon-Ridgley, celebrated environmental...
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Patagonia may be known for its alpine routes, but the granite blocs scattered around El Chaltén and Torres del Paine National Park have caught the eye of many intrepid climbers. For BD Athlete Nalle...
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Watch Danny MacAskill and filmer/editor Robbie Meade’s entry into Real Mountain Bike 2021, the all-video MTB contest brought to you by ESPN's World of X Games. Vote for your favorite video at XGames....
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Over five days in February 2021, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll completed the first solo traverse of the Fitz Roy massif in Patagonia. He set out on February 5th with borrowed gear, a borrowed rope, and...
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