One of the world’s most recognized adventure photographers is redefining life behind the lens
Every year, the Upper Peninsula town of Munising hosts the Michigan Ice Fest. Last month, a certain celebrity rock climber attended the event, working with pro ice climber Angela VanWiemeersch to learn to climb a different type of face.
Shooting life above, below, and on the ocean
Our best travel and adventure photography of the year.
Our best travel and adventure photography of the month.
Aniceto Almeida rode his bike more than 3,000 miles to the Atacama Crossing desert race without an entry spot. Vladmi Virgilio, a blind ultrarunner, showed up without a guide. Both trusted that it would all work out.
And stop taking goddamn selfies. Award-winning adventure photographer Krystle Wright lets us in on nine of her secrets.
This spring, Kat Cannell, MJ Wright, and Katelyn Spradley set out on horseback to follow a salmon's upstream battle from the mouth of the Columbia River to its farthest inland home in Idaho's Redfish Lake.
This winter, paddlers Mike Dawson, Aniol Serrasolses, and Ciarán Heurteau set off for a ten-day trip to add their names to the history books of Pakistan’s largest river.
For a week in March, photographer Ben Kraushaar shadowed the WMI folks as they captured and collared 35 Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and 220 mule deer throughout Wyoming. From the Red Desert to eastern Greater Yellowstone, Kraushaar documented the steps involved in WMI’s efforts to better understand the migrations and health of these animals.
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