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In 'First Descent,' legendary canyoneer Scott Swaney​​​​​​​ reflects on a career of self-taught outdoor skills and a few close calls

The founder of the organization Disabled Hikers is making the outdoor industry more accessible one trail guide at a time

Dave Mackey was the first person to run the Leadville Trail 100 Run with a prosthetic leg

Actor Kevin Nealon, star and host of the YouTube show Hiking with Kevin, talks about taking celebrities into nature

She's one of the most successful cyclists in U.S. history. And she's done it her way.

For decades professional bike racing has marginalized women riders and lagged behind nearly every major sport in promoting gender equality. Retired star Iris Slappendel is changing that.

One small Colorado-based ski company invited women to describe their perfect powder ski—then made their dreams a reality

‘Photo Vagabond’ chronicles the ascent of photographer Dan Milner’s mountain-biking career

Dag Aabye is known around Vernon, B.C., for his astonishing fitness. He's 75.

Phenomenality, from Lucas Jatobá, profiles big wave surf pioneer and gifted storyteller Ric Friar.

She helped the Navy, the White House, and the entire federal government become more eco-friendly. Now Kate Brandt is tackling her most ambitious sustainability project yet.

In our feature on skier Adam Roberts, we take a look at what made him so special. Video courtesy of Jasper Gibson.

This trailer for In The Starlight from filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay profiles astrophotographer Paul Zizka as he explores night skies from Greenland to Namibia.

From Black Crows, Lusti follows Christina Lustenberger who is an ACMG certified guide and former world cup racer. In this film, she’s chasing after a first descent of 'the black friar'. 

HandCrank’s Power of Film series follows brothers Sam and Zack Giffin who double as a filmmaker and pro-skier, respectively.

The résumé of P. Daniel Smith, including a troubling work history

From KGB Productions, Westward follows a host of weird, wild, fascinating ski characters who do things their own way.

Ultrarunner Clare Gallagher says that while Cat’s been making a name for herself in trail running, this goal has always been at the top of her list

In 1959, sixteen-year-old Ian Sykes left school and joined the Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue.

The Mid Caples Hut along the Greenstone-Caples Track services 5,000 trampers, New Zealand's name for a backpacker, annually.

Blake Crossland grew up frequenting Rocky Mountain National Park with his family, in fact, it's the place where his parents met. So to say he's deeply connected to this place is a bit of an understatement.

For this season of Westward, KGB Productions has four new profiles of skiers doing it their own way.

Fly-fishing guide Camille Egdorf is putting an end to the good-ole-boys-club on the river.

Micayla Gatto is an artist, mountain biker, and dabbles in a little video production on the side as well.

When Chris Brinlee Jr. left a job as the art director for an agency based in LA, he'd never been out of the country.

Kyle Jameson is by far one of the most stoked guys in mountain biking. If you see an oddly tall guy waiting around a bunch of twelve-year-olds for Brandon Semenuk's autograph, that's him.

Meet Remi Bonnet. This jack-of-all trades athlete is living a quintessential life in the mountains near Charmey, Switzerland

Professional skier Kalen Thorien has been living out of her 1993 Bigfoot trailer and 60-series Land Cruiser for two years.

Jim Tabor began stashing hand-carved spoons along the AT six years ago as souvenirs for through-hikers. His creations have come to symbolize the generosity of the tight-knit trail community.

Sean Chuma is one of the best aerialists in professional BASE Jumping. As an instructor, he's spent countless flights performing acrobatic maneuvers that he attributes to his love of superman.

We went cliff diving and rock climbing with the stunt-person, athlete, and daredevil

Fred Beckey all but invented the sport of climbing with daring first ascents of peaks once thought unclimbable. At 93, his brain might be the greatest repository of information about American mountaineering in existence.

Daniel Norris is one of the most interesting players in baseball. When he's not striking out major league hitters, he's on the road in his van, Shaggy.

One of the best climbers of her generation points her skis down 27,766-foot Makalu

California guide Adrian Ballinger makes his play to become Everest's top dog with a climbing model that's fast, light—and very expensive.

When freeskier Kit DesLauriers dropped in at 29,035 feet on Mount Everest in October, she became the first person to ski off the Seven Summits. Kit, her husband, Rob, and photographer Jimmy Chin also became the first Americans to ski from the top of the world's tallest mountain.