Though Gabe Messam's life has been fraught with challenges, he's a surf instructor at one of the most prestigious surf schools in Ireland
One weekend, Matthew Bryce headed to his favorite Scottish beach to surf. The conditions were perfect. Until they were deadly.
Director Andrew Kaineder treats us to a dark look at his upcoming film, 'Beyond the Noise'
The otherworldly landscapes from the HBO show are all worth a trip
A new podcast, "Mothers of Invention," spotlights women fighting climate change
As a landscape photographer, Colm Keating has traveled around the world in search of the perfect shot—but he knows there is nothing quite like the rugged beauty near his home in West Cork, Ireland. In The Experience, Keating takes filmmaker Ignas Laugalis on a tour through this beautiful land.
We often think of Ireland's rugged aesthetic and harsh conditions, but what makes it truly special are the days that bring soft sunshine and the best sunsets
Surfing is rife with stereotypes of laid-back, tanned athletes in tropical locales. But go beyond the surface and you’ll find some of the most interesting subcultures in sport, from bike-and-surf gangs to teenage girls who ride in Bangladesh.
Cnoc na Mara, an iconic sea stack off the coast of County Donegal in Ireland, makes for great climbing
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.
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