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Eddie Bauer First Ascent Returns to Mountainfilm
Posted on March 27, 2011

Mountainfilm isn’t just a festival to showcase films; it’s a festival devoted to sparking a conversation. Eddie Bauer returns as a Presenting Sponsor


Ben Stookesberry Does the Math, Walks Away From a Kayak Descent Record Attempt
Posted on March 25, 2011

Story by Ben Stookesberry; photos by Chris Korbulic Twenty-six days into the filming of the Brazilian reality TV series, I am standing at the brink of a 40-meter monster. My stance is as wide and as stable as possible, to compensate for the red Jasper at edge of the drop

Chris Korbulic Balances Safety with Success at Venezuelan Falls
Posted on March 24, 2011

Story and photos by Chris Korbulic You win some. You lose some. Such is life, such is the story of adventure, and of filming a kayaking television series. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the difference between a win and a loss

Video: Leif Whittaker and Team Conclude Winter Expedition in the Olympic Mountains
Posted on March 23, 2011

Leif Whittaker and team didn’t achieve their ultimate goal to summit and descend by ski/snowboard from Mount Anderson, but they witnessed the winter wilderness in Washington State’s Olympic Mountain Range that few have seen.

Leif Whittaker and Team Descend from Olympic Mountains With Motivation to Return
Posted on March 22, 2011

By Leif Whittaker The summit is flanked with debris. Avalanche crowns cut across couloirs, depositing snow-boulders into gullies and basins like a knocked-over bookshelf. These intimidating features, still miles away, are starkly visible from the edge of Honeymoon Meadows.

Leif Whittaker and Team Decide Against Mount Anderson Summit Attempt, Ski Nearby Slopes
Posted on March 21, 2011

Leif Whittaker and team attempt a winter summit of Mt. Anderson in Washington’s Olympic Mountain Range, but are challenged by difficult conditions for a summit bid.

Darin McQuoid Explores Backyard First Descents in California
Posted on March 20, 2011

By Darin McQuoid Early in the morning I get a call. Hazy from sleep, I distinguish a few key words: “hike,” “first descent,” “waterfall.” A mission is born.