Filmmaker John Duncan traveled to Scotland’s hills and coasts to document what made it such a special place to him.
On a solo weekend hike through the Basque Country, drone filmmaker Jonathan Ninnin shot this short 'Wild Lands' on his DGI Mavic Pro 2.
In the summer of 2018, filmmaker Dave Wallace took a 10-day car camping trip in Iceland.
Keep Moving is a film from James Castro-Griffiths dedicated to his father, Dennis.
Norway: A Visual Journey from the filmmakers at The Road West Traveled is a drone film from their trip to Norway.
How to pedal (and eat) your way through Chianti country.
A new European carrier takes you to the heart of the Alps. Skis fly free.
This past March, I flew to the island of Senja, Norway, to take part in one of the many self-powered backcountry programs offered by Pure Ski Touring. The island is part of a 612-square-mile archipelago that sits in one of the northernmost, least-populated counties in Norway.
By European standards, Ireland’s County Donegal, tucked into the country’s far northwest corner, may as well be Mars. But for adventure travelers, it’s a hidden frontier packed with wind-bitten landscapes to mountain-bike, rowdy coastline to surf, and 500-foot sea stacks to climb. That is, if you’re brave enough.
Mention Switzerland to any skier and their reaction is nearly universal. Their eyes widen as thoughts of huge vertical, fluffy powder, and quaint villages filled with fellow snow seekers enjoying après fill their collective imaginations. When the opportunity presented itself to tag along with a few stellar skiers to the Swiss Alps, I eagerly jumped on the team. Skiers Sven Brunso, John Trousdale, George Koch, and I travelled via rail to Adelboden, Andermatt, Disentis, and Engelberg. Deep snow, stinky cheese, new friends, cold beer, big climbs, and massive descents were never more than a walk, tram, or train away. Photographer Liam Doran shares some highlights of their trip.