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If you're headed out this weekend - here's a great gear check list for multi-pitch climbing:
If you're headed out this weekend - here's a great gear check list for multi pitch climbing: https://t.co/oos7NTkzFa/p>
Team climber Daniel Woods trying to get on top of things.
P: Tim Kemple
"In snowboarding, the last name De Le Rue evokes images of hairball lines and massive backcountry kickers—every trick and every line executed with effortless style—and Victor is quite competent with those things. But his approach to snowboarding is nomadic." Watch team snowboarder Victor de Le Rue ride deep in Japan:
The real secret to optimal performance is taking care of yourself. Read a brief overview on how to do so:
Hawaiian artist and muralist HULA / Sean Yoro traveled to the arctic waters of Baffin Island, Nunavut, to paint a portrait of a local Inuit woman on the sea ice. This is the most technical and remote location that Sean has ever attempted a mural, and the wild forces of nature at the top of the world are unpredictable. But for Sean, the physical and creative risks are worth it for a chance at something new.
Watch full video here: http://bit.ly/2dbrgHZ
Sorry city lights. It's not you…it’s this. From left to right: Mt. Foraker, Mt. Hunter, and Denali (North America's highest point) with the mighty Susitna River electrified in the foreground.
P: Renan Ozturk
"Setting up camp on the edge of Banff was the first time on the entire trip we let our guard down. We were going to finish the route. We knew it.” - Mike Foote on The Crown Traverse
Follow team ultra-runners Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe on their 600-mile run across the Crown of the Continent.
P: Steven Gnam Photography
Here's a list of the highest point in every state in the USA. Game on: http://bit.ly/2czHhY4
Team skier, mountaineer, athlete, and overall badass Hilaree O'Neill gives us some tips on how to navigate in the backcountry:
A look into the dangers of the outdoors and advice on how to stay safe: http://bit.ly/2cdFzxt
No one ever said Labor Day had to be relaxing. Kick up some dust this weekend and milk what's left of those final days of summer.
P: Ian Momsen
A little under the weather. #NeverStopExploring
P: Tim Kemple
"For climbers a car is more than an engine and four wheels. It’s a ticket to our dreams, a path to that epic project or far-off crag." An ode to climber cars by Cedar Wright:
"The terrain park is like a skate park built of snow. There’s so many possibilities for tricks and jumps that it's an endless playground. There’s nothing better than lapping a great park on a sunny spring day. Thanks for hanging today guys - make sure to check out my film Vice Versa." - Tom Wallisch, Check out the full length Good Company Ski film here: http://bit.ly/2bPYTAs #ThisIsGoodCompany #ViceVersa
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Nerves affect every runner at some point before a race. Here's some tips on how to battle those pre-race butterflies.
Athlete Emily Harrington on part 2/4 of #chonofilter to discuss her upcoming summit bid on Cho Oyu (world's 6th tallest mountain). Tune in a few hours before she heads up the mountain!
Join team climber Emily Harrington live at 8 am (PST) on our page tomorrow for Part 2/4 of her Cho Oyu mission coverage. Tune in to hear her talk about her trip so far and the impending summit bid.
Take a deeper look into team climber Sam Elias in episode 1 of "My City":
Team Climber Emily Harrington here attempting to make a record summit push on the world’s sixth tallest mountain. Part 1/4: Preparation, Motivation and Training.
Teton Gravity Research 21st birthday kicks off this weekend with the world premiere of ‘Tight Loose’ in Jackson, WY. Here's a little pre-season stoke featuring team riders John Collinson, Angel Collinson, Nick McNutt, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Ian McIntosh, Tatum Monod, Mark Carter, and Lucas DeBari:
These mountains would make us feel light-headed too.
P: Tim Kemple
"Route setter are to a climbing wall what coders are to a video game, the geeks who keep you up all night obsessing over that winning sequence." Take a look behind how the world's most difficult bouldering problems get made.
Outside Magazine sits down with team climber Conrad Anker to talk about everything from how to choose a climbing partner to his journey from dirtbag to rock star.
This week we're encouraging the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge crew to get outside and be active with their friends. Sign up to participate and win some rad prizes: oncampuschallenge.org/pages/promotions
P: Greg Mionske Photography
Believe it or not Yosemite just got better. The park just expanded its western boundary by adding 400 acres of meadowlands.
"Nature is good for us. It can ease anxiety and depression, pull us from spirals of negative thinking, boost brain function, and improve our physical health." Scientist and activists are questioning whether time spent outdoors may be essential to helping the formerly incarcerated.
Just when you thought National Parks couldn't look any better. Here's what they look like from space: http://bit.ly/2czIhLF
Insight into the Grand Canyon and the ongoing conservation challenges surrounding one of our nation's greatest treasures.
The National Park Service origin story, the craziest true story you've never heard: http://bit.ly/2bZbfGz
One season down, one to go.
P: Kyle Martin
Team climber Emily Harrington is planning to climb the world’s sixth tallest mountain in record time. Tune in at 4pm PST to hear her talk live about her motivations, her training, and all the preparation that goes into such a journey:
REEL ROCK Film Tour is here. Be sure to grab your tickets to the latest collection of incredible climbing films including features highlighting team climbers Matt Segal and Ashima Shiraishi here: http://bit.ly/2cRdfiz
"Ridge scrambling and scree sprinting in Great Northern Peak/Great Bear Wilderness Area. See those peaks in the distance? That’s Glacier National Park. And if you squint, you can see Canada just on the horizon.” - Mike Foote on The Crown Traverse
Follow team ultra-runners Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe on their 600-mile run across the Crown of the Continent here: http://bit.ly/2cCLmLc
P: Steven Gnam Photography
Take a marathon and pepper it with whiteout weather, bushwhacking and sketchy soloing. Do that every day for 23 days straight. That’s the Crown Traverse.
Follow The North Face ultra-runners Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe on their journey from Montana to Banff. Watch The Crown Traverse at http://bit.ly/2cyNXFS
Labor Day: last call for summer. Leave it filthy, tired, and grinning hard. #LaborDay
P: Tim Kemple
“To succeed as a pro skier, you can’t be self-motivated,” Ian McIntosh says. “You have to let go of the ego; in this industry, there’s only group success, and if you focus on the individual, you’ll be alienated.” The big mountain badass and team skier talks about what it takes to survive and thrive in the industry and the personal challenges he has had to overcome.
2 Alpinists, Kyle Dempster and Scott Adamson, are missing in Pakistan. Help support the rescue:
"There’s nothing quite like a quiet morning far out in the backcountry. Skiing powder is the absolute perfect way to spend a day. That feeling of floating when you get make a milky turn in some deep pow...you just can’t beat that. This kicker was one of the only BC jumps I got to hit in Utah this season. The Switch 900 Tail is one of my absolute favorite tricks and always the go to choice to try on the first jump of the year." - Tom Wallisch, Check out the full length Good Company Ski film here: http://bit.ly/2c92nfC #ThisIsGoodCompany #ViceVersa
Bill seeks to hand 100,000 acres of Ute tribal lands to oil & mining companies. #StopPLI: https://t.co/GE4AYJ8UlA #ProtectBearsEarsNow/p>
"He’s a famous runner and he’s half-naked, sweating, actually hurting, and he’s taking the time to talk to them. I think that leaves a positive imprint." - Dean Karnazes, reflecting on his 11-day run along the Silk Road in Central Asia. Read further and explore how adventure athletes are the new diplomats:
A huge congrats to team runners Dylan Bowman and FERNANDA MACIEL for weathering a typhoon and winning this year at Ultra Trail Mt. Fuji #UTMF
"But with our films, we try to use these climbs as backdrops for a more human narrative, and in that sense there are limitless stories to tell." National Geographic sits down with filmmaker Pete Mortimer, a partner at Sender Films and REEL ROCK, to talk about the upcoming REEL ROCK Film Tour. For tickets to the Reel Rock Film Festival: fest.reelrocktour.com
"Welcome to the middle of nowhere - Mount Northover. This spicy little 5.6 ridge solo - in running shoes and 25 pound packs - is a prime example of the terrain we were covering.” - Mike Foote
Follow team ultra-runners Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe on their 600-mile run across the Crown of the Continent here: http://bit.ly/2cCL07n
The world’s longest unbroken network of land and water trails will open next year in Canada, spanning the entire country.
"Now when I’m away on trips, I think of climbing at Snowshed at 5 p.m. on a weekday, doing the same routes I’ve done dozens of times now, with the same crew of raucous, giddy, enthusiastic characters." Team climber Emily Harrington talks about falling in love with Tahoe's Donner Summit with an all encompassing tour of her backyard climbing spot:
“That’s been the biggest change for me in performing at the next level,” she says. “I do better when I’m having fun.” - Angel Collinson. Hear the training tips that work for TNF athletes Angel Collinson and Ashima Shiraishi.
The school of rock, check out Outside Magazine beginner's guide to rock climbing:
This fall, Whistler Blackcomb takes a look at the future of snow sports in a 4-part documentary series that explores the issues affecting the sports that we love.
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