Video: Rope-Soloing El Cap in 24 Hours

Rope-soloing is one of the most misunderstood climbing disciplines out there, but it might also be one of the most exhausting. Doing 3000 feet of it in 24 hours on one of the world’s more famous big walls? That’s an accomplishment worthy of a video.


Video: 10 Steps to Build Your Adventure Van

Only 10 steps? Sounds easy! Ok, so maybe it’s a little bit harder than that makes it sound but with enough planning and preparation, your dream van build can be broken down into just a couple easy parts. Keep it simple, stupid!


Video: El Cap Speed Record Time Lapse

It feels like there’s a new speed record on The Nose every year, but this video makes the latest one feel different. When Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds made the send in October 2017, they had one team time-lapsing the whole 2-hour, 19-minute, 44-second endeavor (!!). This unique climbing video will make you want to practice your jumaring.


Video: Meet the First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon

Kathrine Switzer’s Boston Marathon back in 1967 required dodging angry race officials as much as it required running 26.2 miles.


Video: Traveling the Greater Patagonian Trail

For four months, a team of travellers in their early twenties set out to hike along the unrelenting Greater Patagonian Trail. Engaging with locals along the way, the volunteers are reminded of the stark discrepancy between their ways of life, and are made aware of the looming developmental projects that threaten the previously untouched and untainted areas across Patagonia. In a moving display of companionship, ‘Unbounded’ illustrates that the future of the country rests on the preservation and protection of its breath-taking natural spaces. Watch the full film here.


Video: Jerry of the Day's Best of 2018

With ski season coming to a close, it’s time to look back at the best…err, worst…moments of the 2018 season, courtesy of everyone’s favorite snow fail aggregator, Jerry of the Day. Give it a look so you know what not to do next winter.


Video: First Teaser for The Dawn Wall

In January 2015, the world held its breath as Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgenson worked at the first free ascent of El Capitan’s notoriously difficult Dawn Wall. But for Caldwell, the climb was more than simply a six-year effort. This video is just a taste of what we’ll be looking for in the full film, coming later this year.