At the Mer de Glace glacier on Mont-Blanc, freeskier Sam Favret gets abstract with a surreal landscape of frozen flumes, runnels, caves, features and walls, giving whole new meaning to the notion of skiing in “icy conditions.”
In the classic 1997 film Masters of Stone 4, Dan Osman blew minds when he raced up a route on Lover’s Leap in California sans rope in only 4 minutes and 25 seconds. A quarter century later, Alex Honnold set out to break that record. Yeah, it’s an ad for Stride Health. But it’s still pretty metal.
Train whistles, farm animals, rolling green hills, hay bales and the most audacious bike tricks you’ve ever seen. Just another wee day out with physics-defying bike phenom Danny MacAskill.
Any film that can combine an ode to The Big Lebowski with some goddamn fast longboarding is good by us. Far out, man.
Owl Dance-Off Part II is the much-anticipated follow-up to wildlife photographer Megan Lorenz’s award-winning internet sensation Owl Dance-Off.
Finnish free diver Johanna Norblad is the world record holder in the little-known sport of free diving under ice. British director Ian Derry captures one of Norblad’s dives in this chilling visual poem that’ll leave you wishing you were wearing an extra layer.
Kids, don’t try this at home.
“I really don’t want this video to encourage anyone to go out and try this,” says filmmaker Jeff Seal, who’s the subject of his own film about his many failed attempts to hop freight trains in New York.
Nazaré, Portugal, is home to one of the biggest waves on the planet. Add 90 seconds of beautiful cinematography, and you’ve got Black Carnival.
Tatum Monod is the embodiment of grace and steeze as she threads down pillowed slopes, steep spines and bold backcountry lines in this 2016 season edit.
Remember when kayakers Rush Sturges and Ben Marr took their boats down that crazy concrete ditch, flying like banshees into the sea? In this film, they return to the scene, only with a higher entry point and a new weapon of choice: the tandem kayak.
Ah, the intoxicating smells of RAW 6K, burning cable cams and earthy, high-alpine dust in the morning. Joey Schusler and Craig Grant bring us the latest installment of Yeti Cycle’s “Proven Here” series, following riders Shawn Neer and Jubal Davis around Whitefish, Montana’s best singletrack.
What does it take to win GoPro’s Line of the Winter title? Bird calls, huge air, a dicey route through the woods, a little rock wall tap and an enormous level of stoke.
Who needs coaches, fad diets or training regimens when you’ve got guts, spirit and whisky? That’s the attitude of Matt Segal and Will Stanhope, professional climbers and subjects of Boys in the Bugs, who set out to climb one of the most difficult 5.14 cracks in the world: The Tom Eagan Memorial Route in British Columbia’s Bugaboos. What they lack in self-discipline, they make up in endurance as season after season passes without success. The film crew gives up. Crowds watch in amusement. And the duo has to find demoralizing work in the campground. But they stay with it, proving that perseverance — and pain — pay off in the end.
Unfurling down the dark forests and steep hillsides in the north of Wales is a downhill track like no other. Dense forests, huge drops, enormous consequences and insane technical challenges. This is the Red Bull Hardline MTB track. And in this film, Dan Atherton sends it.