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LGBTQ+ Mountaineers Summit Mount Hood
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An Adaptive Athlete and Her Home Mountain
When Alpinists Go Rogue
Summiting K2 Without Supplemental Oxygen
Erin Parisi’s Historic Seven Summits Bid
Ski-Mountaineering the Peaks of B.C.
2 Veterans, 13 Days, and 1 Memorable Trip
How to Ski Hard While Staying Green
Kids + Time Outside = Magic
An All-Arab Female Ascent of Everest
‘Voices of Fear’
‘The Fifty’ with Cody Townsend
How Mountaineering Makes You Reprioritize
David Lama’s First Ascent of Lunag Ri
A Splitboarding Quest in Bolivia
Six North Face Climbers in Antarctica
A Summit Attempt On Nepal’s Janhukut
Black Diamond: Rhythm
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Sure, Joe Grant is known as “the runner guy”, but the folks who know him best know that he’s more than a runner. Whether it’s outlandish canyon running trips to Mexico, suffering up all of Colorado's 14ers in a month, and finishing on the podium at brutal races like the Hardrock 100, this new film from Cheyne Lempe and Black Diamond explores what drives Grant in his quests.