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We often measure risk by probability and consequence. But what happens when we don’t have the full scope on either? How do you manage risk and place trust in unfamiliar terrain? In the latest episode of our Aspects series, Canadian Katie Combaluzi...
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Author(s): Arc'teryx
Tom Peiffer and Eric Carter are both world-class competitive skiers—but in completely opposite disciplines of skiing: Eric is a former US National Team skimo race athlete, and Tom is a former Freeride World Tour competitor. And yet, as they have p...
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Author(s): Mountain Hardwear
People Like Us is a film that celebrates the existence of queer folks in non-urban environments and shows that healthy queer communities can flourish in small towns.
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Author(s): Whitewater
The Ferryman chronicles the tale of the man charged with transporting hikers of the Appalachian Trail across the most dangerous water crossing on the 2,200 mile trek: the Kennebec River.
Everest climbing-guide services — often provided by people of the Sherpa ethnic group — can cost $10,000 per expedition. At this price, the guide takes responsibility for climbers’ lives as well as their own. They lead mountaineers to the to...
You may recognize climber Alex Honnold from the Oscar-winning documentary “Free Solo,” when he became the first person to scale Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan without safety gear. Now, in the new National Geographic series “Arctic Ascen...
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Author(s): BC Search and Rescue Association
Avalanche Canada, BC Search and Rescue’s industry “cousins,” is their special guest for this winter webinar. Recognizing avalanche terrain takes a keen eye, insight and training! Learn from the experts and let AvCan introduce you, or remind ...
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Author(s): SCARPA North America
Book of Hate is a 45-meter pitch of strenuous stemming up a progressively steepening corner in Yosemite Valley. First climbed by Randy Leavitt, this route is a true test piece of difficult stem climbing. It is mostly bolted, but relies on the smal...
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Author(s): Bill Mason & National Film Board of Canada
Bill Mason was one of the most prolific writers and filmmakers on canoeing during the 1970’s. His books like Path of the Paddle and instructional films were both beautiful and groundbreaking. This short film from 1977 is both historic outdoo...
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Author(s): Teton Gravity Research
Beacon search techniques have come a long way since the days of walking around with earphones trying to home in on a buried signal from an analog transceiver. As part of #TGRSafetyWeek, take a deeper dive with IPRW lead instructors Jim “Sarge” Con...
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