Out searching for freshies and untracked lines in Telluride’s backyard, the Stio crew finds that a good adventure is always better with friends — and a warm hut.
A right of passage for any Jackson Hole skier, Corbet’s Couloir is conquered here not on two planks, but two wheels.
“I must not fear. Fear is the mind killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear.” That’s the mantra of Hayley Ashburn as she walks a 170-foot highline between outcroppings in the wintry Dolomites.
Australia. Land of eviscerating kangaroos, empty stretches of coastal highway and life-changing surf.
Fast, fearless, steep and deep. That about sums up Michelle Parker as she carves graceful lines into the spines of Alaska.
Ski innovator Candide Thovex has been busy searching the globe for new gorgeous, otherworldly and undiscovered places to shred. If you assume that means wintry wonderlands, however, you’re mistaken.
The definition of a shredder, Brandon Semenuk shows us exactly what’s possible on a mountain bike on his hometown trails in British Columbia.
Benjamin Leclair makes the most of a bad situation wakeboarding through the streets of a flooded Paris. Gorgeous aerial footage makes it look much better than it probably smelled.
High in the Alps, a glowing parachute sails by a little boy’s cabin window late at night. Was it an apparition, a scene from a dream? Or a speed rider flying through the mountains by the light of the moon?
Frosty mornings, shorter days and a bite to the air. As winter begins to take hold in the Canadian Rockies, mountain biker Shawn Neer squeezes all that he can out of the fall riding season.
A launchpad, a human slingshot, a giant slip and slide. This short film from Stab magazine illustrates that when you haul a large floating dock into the middle of your favorite swell, the possibilities are endless.
True wilderness is hard found in an era of social media and geotagging. These kayakers won’t settle for second descents, and with enough effort and determination, they’re able to find a Frontier of Firsts.
40th Anniversary Retrospective: From the Vault Program
A discman loaded with INXS, a pair of white tights, a snowboard, and miles and miles of free falling through space. Such are the ingredients of this remarkable prototype of extreme films.
If dirtbag dreams could come true, climbers would send routes all day and never pay dues on the other end of the rope. This dream has been realized by a handful of climbers, thanks to belay sensei Ray Verseau. Verseau has been dubbed the world’s best belayer, leaving climbers everywhere with one burning question: how can we find him?
Travis Rice backs up his reputation as the world’s sickest snowboarder as he rides a one-of-a-kind knifelike spine in Japan.
The Flying Frenchies are back, and this time they are surfing a 2,000-foot highline in the Vercors Mountains of France — flying through the sky at 50 miles an hour and laughing hysterically the whole way.