The Peaks of Good and Evil

After obsessing over a remote mountain in India for over a decade, my dream became a reality. But be careful what you wish for- the Peak of Evil lived up to it's name and then some.

Going Full Nomad

A DIY project as a move toward a better life and endless exploration. Making a new home in a 5th wheel toy hauler and going full nomad...with bikes on board of course.
Adventure Exploration

Mountain Biking & Trail Building Through Grief

I dedicated my first trail build in Bellingham to my late wife, Susan, who battled late-stage breast cancer for 19 years. Mountain biking and trail building have helped me deal with the grief of this...
Nature People Sports

Community Minded

Against the odds, the DIY ethos of Northern British Columbia keeps skiing alive
Adventure Nature Sports

When the Trail Goes Cold

RJ Sauer’s epic account of the 1,000-mile Iditarod Trail Invitational race from Knik to Nome, Alaska. A must-experience piece complete with maps, hallucinations, introspection, and exquisite detail...
Adventure Exploration

The 23 Year Stash

The objective was climbing and skiing Mt Hutton, a 2822m peak in the Leibig Range between Mt Cook and Lake Tekapo. From early in the piece it was apparent that there were other events of interest on...
Adventure Exploration Sports

Nine and a Half

When mountain guide Per Ås lost half of his left index finger in an accident, he started to question if he would ever find his way back to working in the mountains. A few years later, he has learned...
Adventure Culture Environment

The Long Way Home

A father and son race an ultra marathon over the dusty roads and trails of the community they were raised by.
Adventure Culture

One Lap at a Time

An eclectic band of locals cultivates a grassroots backcountry ski community in one of the world’s most unforgiving ranges.
Adventure Culture Environment

Sub-Arctic Bikepacking in Alaska’s White Mountains

A photo essay from a sub-arctic snow bike trip through Alaska’s White Mountains.

This Place of Darkness

Facing hard decisions in Patagonia while pioneering a mountain bike exploration of the most southern trail in the world, on the island of Navarino — a remote Chilean outpost off the southern tip of...
Adventure Sports

Shapeless Fulfillment (Film)

VIMFF 2019 finalist and Mountain Film Festival Special Jury Award Winner. Inspired by a nomadic sense of exploration, Adventure Photographer and Polar Guide Ben Haggar attempts to be the first person...
Adventure Culture Exploration

Shapeless Fulfillment

Inspired by a nomadic sense of exploration, Adventure Photographer and Polar Guide Ben Haggar attempts to be the first person to traverse the Arctic Circle Route in West Greenland by bike in the...
Adventure Culture Exploration

No Sleep before Zermatt

British adventurer, Aaron Rolph ski tours the Haute Route non-stop in 31 hours. Thought to be the first successful single-push of the popular Verbier route, he shares his experience on what most...
Adventure Exploration

In the harness of a stone

On the island of Hvar —the sunniest in the Mediterranean—the last stories of old generations thrive, and dry stone walls stretch from cliff to cliff. Today drystone walling techniques seem to be...
Climate change Culture Environment

Half around the throne of His Holiness Grandfather Pomra from the Kingdom of Ice and Snow

A solo female walks and hitchhikes independently around one of the holiest mountains of Tibetan Buddhism - Amnye Machen in Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China.
Adventure Culture Exploration

Down with disease

A One-Way Lap Around the World at the break of the pandemic. From the US through the Balkans to China. From freeriding to exploring the historical and cultural roots of skiing.
Adventure Culture Environment

Shifting the perspective of joy

It feels like I'm walking forever. My legs are tired, my hips are ragged from the straps of my backpack, and I look west again, hoping the gloom of the dusk will come. The sunset is a long-awaited...
Adventure Culture Other

A Sleeping Beauty

I am just riding the creation of nature and-it is astonishing!
Adventure People Sports

One Salty Drop in the Sweet Ocean

The Story of Adam Rojček: Part I.

Adventure Sports

No Place to Run in Indochina

An inside look at the most complex ethnic makeup of Southeast Asia.

Culture Environment People

I Saw Dying of the Descending Dragon

And I couldn’t help him.

Environment People Sustainability

One Night with the Crooked King

It’s early February, 10:25 pm, and we’re in the first quarter of the route to the summit of Kriváň — the Crooked King.
Adventure Sports

Just a few Little Things

“Eat a flower, eat a flower, little beetle…” sang Betty, giving primrose to a mysterious creature she had met three seconds ago.
Environment People

The Peculiar Legacy of Frozen River

What the hell am I doing here?
Adventure Sports

A place to belong

In the northern Carpathians, within the Orava countryside, there are last pieces of land that ecologists call waterlogged alpine spruces, peatbogs and cold-loving foothill meadows. I call them my...
Climate change Environment