Widge

“It’s like you’re scared to move forward– you just need something to give you a little nudge,” says Jonah Manning. “You can call it support, but, really it’s just like a little bit of a shove forward. And I’ll never forget it, because Widge was certainly that for me.”  Today, we bring you the story of Widge, the ultimate adventure partner.…
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Zen and the Art of Skiing Powder

“With steely determination, I pointed my tips downhill and tried to power through the deep snow, but I was doomed,” remembers Julia Rosen. “I started to do the super slow splits as my skis drifted further and further apart under two piles of snow that felt like wet concrete.…
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Hooch

“It’s never encouraging to be awoken in a tent by headlights. I wanted to play possum–roll over, and pretend to sleep until they left,” writes David Hanson. “But this was exactly why I was here, a few hundred miles into a 500-mile canoe float down Georgia’s Chattahoochee.…
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Hooch

  “It’s never encouraging to be awoken in a tent by headlights. I wanted to play possum–roll over, and pretend to sleep until they left,” writes David Hanson. “But this was exactly why I was here, a few hundred miles into a 500-mile canoe float down Georgia’s Chattahoochee.…
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Go For It!

“Encouragement. Peer Pressure. Bullying. Call it what you like,” writes Tom Ireson, “but the climbing community is full of it.” We rely on our friends, mentors and coaches to push us past our own self-doubt–help us realize what we’re capable of.…
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Moments That Make a Story

Of all the things I learned from noted adventure filmmaker Michael Brown, the thing that has stuck with me the most is to make sure you watch all your footage. It might not sound like a revelation in storytelling, but as I set out to make four films over the course of the GoPro Mountain Games with the Adventure Film School last week it became an essential lesson.…
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