Have you ever thought, ‘Mom, how could you say that?’ well, this film is littered with those moments.
How we exploit big trees, big game, and even extinct creatures
For more than 40 years, tribal chief and artist Roy Vickers was obsessed with a totem pole that was taken from a remote native village in British Columbia. He decided to make a replica, and all he needed was will, skill, and a 17,500-pound tree.
Filmmakers and writers from around the world will showcase their work during this year’s Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.
One writer endures awkward morning cabin run-ins and hazardous chairlifts in the name of settling down (but still chasing snow)
‘Don’t Not Go’ follows mountain bikers as they spent an average Saturday attempting Vancouver’s Triple Crown Challenge.
‘Epic Trails’ is a series from Heliconia and backpacker Eric Hanson as they explore the world’s best trails.
One-upmanship on social media reaches its logical conclusion. Again.
Whether you have a weekend or a month, these journeys are a must
Jan Redford's 'End of the Rope' doesn't shy away from the author's climbing, relationship, and career pains—which makes it a refreshing new contribution to the canon
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