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Rough seas make ideal conditions for video-taker Kassidy to capture sidesplitting footage of his unsteady buddies as they attempt to hang on
Video-taker Kassidy braces himself in a doorway as he captures footage that makes him laugh hysterically as his two fishing buddies hold on in rough seas.Read More →
Marco Liebenow thought he hooked a submarine while fishing Norwegian waters; fish was so big it wouldn’t fit into the 19-foot boat
Marco Liebenow thought he hooked a submarine while fishing Norwegian waters; fish was so big it wouldn’t fit into the 19-foot boat.Read More →
Get off the beaten path and into the wilderness with two of surfing's most savage explorers
While 6 millimeters of rubber may sound like serious armor to surfers used to boardshorts and the warm-water surf-trip hazard of razor-sharp coral, "Numb" proves that even the thickest wetsuit doesn’t offer much protection from run-ins with bears, cougars, and killer whales.Read More →
Norway's Kjeragbolten boulder was wedged in place around 50,000 B.C.
If you're looking for a high altitude fix when the snows subside, you may want to consider Norway's Kjeragbolten. Wedged firmly in place around 50,000 B.C, the boulder for bolder hikers bridges a 6 1/2-foot gap 3,228 feet above the stony abyss of Lysefjord, a 26-mile-long fjord popular with BASE jumpers. The same glacier that carved the fjord left Kjeragbolten stranded in Kjerag Mountain, jamming it in place before melting away during the last Ice Age. Kjeragbolten, which means "Kjerag..Read More →
Filmmaker Jordan Manley is behind season three of the series "A Skier's Journey," and he recently released the Iceland episode, where skiers Chad Sayers, Forrest Coots, and Chad Manley visit a nearly abandoned island in the remote region of Westfjords. The guys say they went there partly to explore the remnants of a culture that inhabited the island for a thousand years, living in harmony and sustainably within nature, only to desert it by the end of WWII. If this sort of one-with-nature..Read More →
Nick Woodman first started selling small waterproof video cameras that could be attached to surfers' boards almost ten years ago to the day. His goal then was a very modest one: allow the average surfer to get his own incredible "point of view" water shots--like the kinds that people marveled at in surf movies and magazines--but without having to hire a pro photographer, or spend a fortune on camera bodies, lenses, and water housings. He simply wanted the average surfer to be able to enjoy..Read More →
Sherpas Cinema is proud to present teasers 1 and 2 for their highly anticipated ski film, All.I.Can. The two year project was filmed all over the world with some of the best skiers in the game and focuses on big mountain skiing and sustainability. The project will make its debut to a sold out crowd of eager enthusiasts tonight in Canada at the Whistler Conference Center.The artful and eclectic movie is sure to be one of the best of the season and not to be missed. Head here to see..Read More →
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