Looking for adventure? Salomon Running reminds us that all you need is a pair of shoes, a little curiosity and the gumption to head out your front door…
The Ouray Ice Park (the Park) is a manmade ice climbing venue operated in a spectacular natural gorge just outside the town of Ouray, CO. It is home to more than 200 named ice and mixed climbs, most within a 15-minute walk of the Park entrance. The Park and its infrastructure are jointly owned and managed by the City of Ouray, the nonprofit Ouray Ice Park, Inc. (OIPI), and a mix of other private and public landowners.
Video produced and directed by Barry Stevenson, Outside Adventure Media.
“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountain is going home; that wildness is necessity; that mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of life.” – John Muir
Mountains in Motion: The Canadian Rockies is an award-winning short film documenting the life of the alpine landscape through time-lapse photography. In an effort to highlight the wildness of these mountain places and how they have inspired explorers of the past, present and future, time-lapse sequences were patiently gathered from exposed summits, by glacial lakes, and under aurora-filled skies.
All told, dim the lights, turn up your speakers, view on the largest screen possible, sit back, relax and enjoy.
Vital Films is proud to present “Days To Come,” a groundbreaking ski industry film, starring Aspen’s hometown hero and four time X Games medalist, Torin Yater-Wallace. This six-minute film, shot exclusively in Aspen/Snowmass on Cineflex and Phantom footage, also features Gus Kenworthy, Aidan Sheahan and Jacob Wester. Simply put… it’s epic.
Video courtesy of Outside Television
From Winter of Wells: The Documentary, this Jossi Wells segment was shot in Whistler and at SnowPark in New Zealand last year. Cameras used were the Canon 5d, 7d, Sony EX1, Glidecam, and the Sony F35 in the ShotOver Gimbal. This is just one segement from the 52 minute documentary available on iTunes now. Enjoy.
When Tommy Baynard, creator and executive producer of Flying Wild Alaska, suggested photographer Corey Rich put together a climbing expedition that could be featured on the show, Corey jumped at the chance.
The resulting documentary includes stunning photographs and video footage of the beautiful snow covered landscape juxtaposed with the coverage of the demanding trek the climbers undertook. Moreover, from our perspective it’s a story about gumption as Corey, videographer Dane Henry and four climbers traverse uncharted territory for a first ascent of one of the mountains located in Alaska’s Arrigetch Peaks, located in the Brooks Range, above the Arctic Circle.
The goal isn’t to live forever, the goal is to create something that will. – Chuck Palahniuk
The legend started back in 1913, in Great Barrington, MA. Through the fusion of vacuum insulation and the strength of steel in one portable bottle, William Stanley Jr. forever changed the way hot drinks were consumed. Legendary status pursued, and now, a century later, the company he founded is celebrating with a pair of STANLEY limited edition 100th Anniversary bottles. Continue Reading
Buddha once said, “The mind is everything. What you think you become.”
The forthcoming film, Into The Mind, contemplates the experiences passed between mentors and peers to paint a philosophical portrait of human kind. What drives us to overcome challenge? How do we justify risk? What forces are at the core of a mountain addiction? Unique athlete segments over a multitude of mountain sport genres depict the connectivity of Earth, and window into never seen before moments.
The film is about becoming and the trailer, simply put… is magnificent.
Directors: Dave Mossop and Eric Crosland
Producer: Malcolm Sangster
Music: A Tribe Called Red – Electric Powwow
Original Score by Jacob Yoffee, Sound Design: Cody Petersen