In today's Friday Flick, off-grid Yellowknifers Leanne Robinson and Dwayne Wohlgemuth take a season-long canoe trip across the Northwest Territories with their young sons, one-year-old Aleksi and four-year-old Emile.
Since 2004, the Whistler Valley's legendary singletrack, rock gardens, punishing ascents and exhilarating descents have been home to Crankworx Whistler—where the globe's top MTB athletes come to showcase their skills.
After receiving diagnoses for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as an adult—and being forced to limit climbing during the pandemic lockdowns and due to injuries—Zofia Reych discovered that perhaps the best way to improve on climbing was to temporarily let it go.
Conceived by superhuman snowboarder Travis Rice, the Natural Selection Tour highlights earth's premier riders, from big-mountain mavens to Olympians, all competing on the most unpredictable terrain known to humankind.
The fastest recorded completion of the North Cascades High Traverse took 28 days. But motivated by the challenge of the ultra-sketchy mixed-alpine terrain, Kaytlyn Gerbin and Jenny Abegg set out to complete it in six.
A large proportion of disused shoes end up in seas, oceans and waterways. The short film No Lost Shoes by activist and NNormal ambassador Max Romey highlights the vast scale of a problem most of us probably never even think about.