Jason Momoa and Friends Reflect on Fatherhood
From Carhartt Handmade Films, Fathers Talking Fatherhood features actor/climber/father/badass Jason Mamoa and a group of exceptional fathers as they reflect on what it means to be a dad.
Pickathon Edge Series: Hurray for the Riff Raff
We've partnered with Portland, Oregon's Pickathon Music Fest to showcase some of the year's best new music.
Surfer Dave Rastovich on What Makes Northern Rivers, Australia So Great
'The Way It Should Be - Where We Live' from Stone and Wood Brewing Co. features Dave Rastovich as he reflects on what makes this area so remarkable.
One of the Most Beautiful Engagement Videos We've Seen
Mike Dalton and his now-fiancé Emily made a pact in their relationship; travel somewhere new every year. On this trip to Portland, Oregon Dalton had a surprise in store; an engagement ring.
A Community's Struggle to Save Oregon's Wild Rivers
From Octave Zangs, Together Against The Mines shares the success story of a campaign to disallow a nickel mine to be placed on the Hunter Creek watershed.
Pickathon Old Growth Series: Golden Rules
Pickathon Edge Series: The Easy Leaves
This week, we've got The Easy Leaves performing "The Wheels."
The Official Trailer of the 2017 5Point Film Festival
For the past ten years, 5Point Film Festival has inspired, taught, and united the outdoor community through adventure films, art, and musical performance.
This Climbing Film Spoof Is a Must-See
From filmmaker Eric Becker, A Higher Crawling is a film starring two titans of climbing. Shelby and Reyka are the rising stars of the under-6-month-old age bracket.
Pickathon Old Growth Series: Town Mountain
This week, we've got Town Mountain performing "Coming Back to You."
Pickathon Edge Series: Foghorn Stringband
This week, we've got the Foghorn Stringband performing "Fall On My Knees."
An Intimate Examination of Life as a Fire Lookout in Montana
Leif Haugen is a lookout for the U.S. Forest Service in Northern Montana. He patrols his section of wilderness for any sight of lightning strikes or fires.
The San People Have a Story to Tell, But Nobody Is Listening
"And if we all listen to each other, we might just learn something."
The Story of Outward Bound's First All-Female Course in 1965
In 1965, Outward Bound took 28 women into the great outdoors to paddle lakes, hike mountains, and catch fish. They forged a bond that's unlike any other.