In this year’s heart-thumping feature from Sherpas Cinema, Children of the Columbia, big mountain skiers Christina Lustenberger and Dane Tudor hunt for fresh stashes of powder along the banks of the mighty Columbia River while taking a look at its heavily developed infrastructure.
Just because there’s good surf doesn't mean there’s good surfing. While the break at Monwabisi Beach, near Cape Town, South Africa, is excellent, the beach has long been the site of horrific gang violence. But, thanks to nonprofit Waves for Change , which provides surf therapy to local kids, that's…
In The Dawn Wall, from Red Bull Media House and Sender Films, climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson free climbed one of El Capitan’s most infamous routes. It’s difficult to fathom just how challenging the feat truly was, but this clip attempts to explain just that.
As a child, Cody Sheehy made headlines when he vanished into the freezing wilderness of Northeast Oregon, making it out safely after 18 hours of determined slogging. Retracing his steps 32 years later, Sheehy says that getting lost was one of the best life lessons he ever had.
Last year, the North Face sent climbers Jimmy Chin, Conrad Anker, Alex Honnold, Anna Pfaff, Cedar Wright, and Savannah Cummins to the Wolf’s Jaw massif in Queen Maud Land territory. Antarctica chronicles their attempt to establish five new lines within their seventeen-day window.
The yearling wild dogs decide it's time for their baby siblings to see the world. They take them outside of the den, and Puzzles is forced to bring them back one by one until she finally relents to the yearlings' antics.
Carpoon, from Sage and filmmakers Idarado Media, follows woodworker Wes Walsworth as he pursues carp on the Snake River. The Snake is renowned for its trout, but for Walsworth the thrill of hooking into a carp in skinny water is better than a crowded trout stream.