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On April 29, Dan Hacker busted out his skis for one last run in the green mountains of Vermont.

"My cerebral palsy contributes to my unique cadence and my poor balance, but I refuse to let it define who I am."

Dave Powers hits the slopes at Snowbird Mountain Resort six days a week, averaging 130 days a year.

"Geologically speaking, a human life is only ten seconds long."

In the documentary 'The Last Time I Heard True Silence' former Marine Noah Cass enters a 50-mile wilderness race having completed only one marathon prior.

Set to a John Muir quote, narrated by none other than mountain climber Lou Whittaker—outdoor films don't get better than this.

To The Explorers is a short film by Alex Goetz and Justin Grubb that serves as an ode to all the adventurers, explorers, and environmentalists that have dedicated their life's work to conservation and wildlife. The film won the Nat Geo WILD's 2016 Wild to Inspire short film competition. As a…

Ask us for our favorite sport climbing spots in the East, and we'll point you to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, or to the Gunks in New York. That said, this video from Outdoor Gear Exchange drew our attention to Vermont,…

Ski season may be winding down, but that doesn't mean ski patrollers are any less busy. In this episode of Powder People, Ski Utah teams up with Snowbird Ski Patrol to show us what goes into safely managing a ski resort like Snowbird. From…

In this short video from Runaways Production House, four friends plunge deep into Australia's Blue Mountains to rig the first highline across Kanangra Falls, roughly 730 feet above the ground. The steps that help each man walk across the line differ, but as one slackliner tells himself: “Calm…

You can thank filmmaker John Duncan for creating this visual bucket list of Scotland's wilderness. From the Isle of Skye to Duncansby Bay, Duncan followed the golden light of dawn and dusk across the country with his camera and drone. Duncan features seventeen of his favorite escapes…

You can read about wild and remote places all you want, but nothing compares to experiencing them yourself. That's what filmmaker Hugo Perrin and the Fokus Outdoors crew realized during a trip with Quark Expeditions to Antarctica—their research about the wildlife and landscape of the southernmost point…

In the early 1900s, an insurance clerk from London named Millican Dalton became an early adopter of the alternative lifestyle, quitting his job to live in a cave in the English Lake District. Other than an occasional trip to neighboring Keswick for coffee, Dalton remained self-sufficient for more than forty years.

Hidden in the Jura Mountains, a sub-alpine mountain range along the France-Switzerland border, are stunning sections of singletrack. To share his experience of riding these trails, filmmaker Joonas Vinnari rigged up a camera and drone—the controller strapped to his chest—and self-captured the incredible footage seen in this…

For Lorenzo and Patti Diaz, paddleboarding the waterways along San Diego county's coastline evolved from a recreational pursuit into an environmental one when they began collecting marine debris. From tires to hypodermic needles, the trash the couple found shocked them into action, and they began organizing regular cleanups with other paddleboarders. In 2015,…

When we think of a small village on the Iceland coast, we think of a place like Vík. From sitting at the base of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, which rests on top of the Katla volcano, to boasting an incredible display of the Northern Lights, Vík is quintessential Iceland, and it…

After more than 2,000 pounds of hydraulic pressure crushed his left foot in an industrial accident, snowboarder Keith Gabel decided to amputate his foot. Three months later, Gabel got back on the slopes and went on to win Adaptive Gold at the 2012 X-Games and bronze in the 2014 Sochi Paralympics.

In 1905, the Colorado River breached irrigation canals and began flooding into the Salton Sink, a dry lakebed. The Colorado River flowed into the basin for two years, giving rise to California's largest body of water, the Salton Sea. The Useless Sea, from Open Valve Studios, is a…

In Step Out, a short film from Shibby Stylee, a group of highliners set out to rig and walk across two unique lines in Hawaii: one at South Point and the other near a waterfall on the Hamakua coast. Highliner Joshua Lambus narrates the footage, reflecting on the…

Between Earth and Sky is an inspiring and visceral short film shot and directed by Australian filmmaker Benjamin Dowie in the French Alps while adventuring with his good friend and fellow filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay. During this same adventure, Le Lay produced Walk the…

Flowing along the southern border of the rugged Kalmiopsis Wilderness, the North Fork of the Smith River is one of the most beautiful stretches of river in the U.S.—and one of the most endangered. Proposed nickel mining in the headwaters of the Smith River threatens its…

In 2010, professional climber Majka Burhardt saw a photo of the 2,000-foot granite face of Mount Namuli. Fueled by curiosity, Burhardt led a team of biologists, conservationists, and rock climbers on a daring and unconventional expedition to Mozambique’s second highest mountain and one of the world’s most ­threatened…