From women’s collective And She’s Dope Too and Backcountry.com, Moksha highlights a group of mountain bikers in Nepal who want to grow the number of women in the sport.
High-altitude alpinist Masha Gordon says it's time women claimed more peaks, and she has a plan to make it happen
Generations of climbers, journalists, and scholars relied on her reporting from the foot of the world's 8,000-meter peaks
A new study says yes, and scientists are trying to find out why
It's not just that she's fast—it's that she didn't train at all
After years of controversy, Nepal's Supreme Court has ruled that Pemba Dorje Sherpa's climb was unverifiable, returning the record to its previous holder
No one knew if it could be done. But when Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler climbed Mount Everest without oxygen in 1978, they smashed one of the last barriers of human performance. Almost 40 years later, both legends talk about their first ascent by “fair means”—and the long-running feud that followed.
When alpinist and photographer Cory Richards dug himself out of an avalanche in 2011, he emerged alive but scarred—an ascendant star in a community that tends to shun the very idea that trauma can have lasting effects. As his profile climbed ever higher, his career and personal life imploded. Six years later, one of the world’s best artist-adventurers comes clean about the panic attacks, PTSD, and alcohol abuse that nearly killed him.
In a remote jungle in Nepal, filmmakers Camp4 Collective and Felt Soul Media embarked on telling the story of an ancient tradition: honey harvesting.
A new documentary bears witness to the last days of a dangerous and respected tradition in remote Nepal