Video: Overlanding on the Morrison Jeep Trail in Wyoming

The Morrison Jeep Trail is a legendary overlanding route amongst off-roaders. It is a 22-mile stretch of road that crosses through the Shoshone National Forest and can test the nerves and stamina of even the best drivers. In this video, we join a team of overlanders as they embark on this epic drive, which pushes them and their equipment to the limits. If you’ve ever wondered why off-roading is… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Video: Paramotoring Through Utah’s Desert Canyons in 360º Video

The landscapes around Moab, Utah make for a fantastic outdoor playground for hikers, mountain bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts. In this video, which is shot entirely using a GoPro Fusion 360º camera, we take to the skies above the desert canyons found there for some spectacular views. If your browser supports 360º video, you’ll be able to pan around as the pilot drifts through the sky,… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my

Video: The River Keeper – Rafting the Colorado

This video comes our way courtesy of Outside Magazine and features some of the best scenery in the American West. We’ll join river guides Amy Martin and Erica Fareio as they take us down the Colorado River and into steep Arizona Canyons to give us an incredible look at these outstanding places. Martin is a photographer and Fareio is an artists. Both of them give us some

Video: Cyclists Ride Across the U.S. Collecting Trash as They Go

In this video, we join friends Seth Orme and Abby Taylor as they set off across the U.S. by bike, riding from Georgia to Washington State. But, this wasn’t just an amazing way to see the country, but it was also a way for the two riders to leave their mark as they went. Their route took them through a number of national forests, scenic byways, and campgrounds, where they hosted trash clean-ups… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website

Video: Remembering Ueli Steck

We’re likely to see quite a few videos paying tribute to Ueli Steck in the days and weeks to come. The Swiss alpinist was much loved and admired, even outside the mountaineering community. This short video was put together by the team at Climbing Daily over at GrindTV, and it gives us a sense of what drove Steck to push himself to the limit and do things in the mountains that had never been done… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Video: Hunting a Fox with an Eagle in Mongolia

Last week I shared a fantastic short documentary about the struggle that the eagle hunters of Mongolia face living in a modern world. Today, we have a short clip that shows just how these men (and sometimes women!) actually hunt using those bird’s of prey. With a GoPro camera strapped to an eagle, we get a bird’s eye view as she goes in search of a fox. If you’ve ever wondered how an eagle can… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and

Video: The First Repeat Ascent of Metanoia on the Eiger North Face

Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia route on the Eiger North Face is considered one of the most impressive climbs of all time. Solo and without bolts, Lowe went straight up the Eiger, changing the way we viewed climbing forever. That was back in 1991, and since that time no one else has attempted to make that same climb. But back in December, a trio of very talented alpinists

Video: Unbound with Alpinist Jordi Tosas

For more than 25 years, Jordi Tosas has been working as a mountaineering guide in the Alps and the Himalaya. Over that time, he has completed countless climbs and his love for outdoor adventure in all of its forms has continued to grow. A few years back, he was introduced to Kilian Jornet, the great mountain runner from Spain. That chance encounter has led Jordi to reexamine everything he knows… [[ This is a content

Video: Meet the 12 Year Old Climber Who Has Set His Sights on the Seven Summits

Meet Tyler Armstrong, a 12-year old alpinist who is attempting to climb all of the Seven Summits. Tyler has already topped out on Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro, and Elbrus, and had hoped to attempt Everest this spring. But, the Nepali government denied him a permit based on his age, so he has set his sights elsewhere. In this video, you’ll get a chance to see Tyler in his element as

Video: Searching for the Perfect Shot with Wildlife Photographer Michel d’Oultremont

What does it take for a photographer to get the perfect wildlife shot? Patience. Lots and lots of patience. In this video we head out into the wilderness with wildlife photographer Michel d’Oultremont of Belgium. He sometimes spends days at a time in the wild hoping to get that elusive image that no one else has seen before. It is often frustrating, demanding, and even boring work, but… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Video: Footage of the Massive Crack in the Larsen Ice Shelf

If you’ve read this blog with any regularity over the past couple of months, you’ve seen me post several disturbing stories about how climate change is starting to have an impact on the Antarctic, including a recent article about a massive crack on the Larsen Ice Shelf that is spreading at an alarming rate. Today, we have video footage of that giant rift courtesy of the British Antarctic Survey…. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Video: Elephant Chases Visitors For Miles in Kruger National Park

South Africa’s Kruger National Park is one of the most iconic safari destinations on the planet, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with some of the most spectacular wildlife imaginable. But recently, a group of tourists found out first hand just how close they can get when a bull elephant decided to chase their safari vehicle for several miles. The massive creature didn’t take too… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Video: How the U.S. National Parks Are Attempting to Lure More Minority Visitors

The national parks in the U.S. are some of the most dramatic and breathtaking landscapes found anywhere on the planet, and as such they draw millions of visitors each year. Unfortunately, most of those visitors are white, with few minorities sprinkled in here and there. But the Park Service and its partners are trying to change that by creating a more inclusive atmosphere for everyone. In this… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content,

Video: Sliding Fire – Skiing and Snowboarding on an Active Volcano in the South Pacific

We’ve seen a lot of skiing and snowboarding films over the years, but none like this one. In this short documentary we travel to Vanuatu in the South Pacific where we join freeriders Xavier de le Rue, Victor De Le Rue, and Sam Smoothy as they test their skills on the side of an active volcano in a place where there is no snow. As you would expect, it turns out to be quite an adventure in a place… [[ This is a content