Voyageurs Without A Trace

For the last few years, filmmaker Ian McCluskey has been on an epic journey to discover the story behind a photograph he found over 10 years ago on a historic marker. The photo of two handsome men and a gorgeous woman did not depict your typical rugged explorers, but rather an intriguing trio from Paris that became the first to kayak the wild rivers of the American West.…
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Rhino Slider EVO + Rhino Motion

As an adventure filmmaker, it is always a challenge to find gear that is durable, stable and lightweight while still withstanding tough conditions and continue working on the side of the mountain. We had the chance to test out Rhino Camera Gear’s new motorized camera slider – the Rhino Slider Evo – and were extremely impressed with how durable and stable it was despite its feather weight.…
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Sleeping Bag Metamorphosis

  “After a summer of bussing tables and lifeguarding, I had saved up enough and I was finally going to get it. My ticket to anywhere I wanted to be,” writes Anya Miller. “I was a little worried about the money, but I was in complete realization that anything I actually wanted to do in life – literally, anything – depended on it.” Today, Anya shares the story of her first sleeping bag, and the person she became with the help of the women’s medium, right-hand zip cocoon.…
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The Modern Dirtbag

  In the golden days, dirtbags lived to climb. They didn’t work, have permanent addresses or sponsors. They ate leftovers off of tourists’ plates and slept in beater cars or in caves. They stayed in one place only as long as the weather allowed for climbing.…
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Two Wheels to Anywhere

“We opened my aunt’s basement door and walked into the dusty room. Among cardboard boxes and carpentry tools stood a bright red bicycle. The frame had a few patches of rust. The components looked clunky and the gears grated roughly when I spun the pedals.…
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GoPro’s Adventure Drone: The Hexocopter

One more reason to join Adventure Film School at the GoPro Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado; the new GoPro Hextopter Drone! As if you really needed another reason right? Well, I’m giving you a sneak preview to the grand release of GoPro’s newest “accessory.” The Hextopter Drone is a six-bladed radio controlled drone that can also carry six GoPro’s, that’s right six GoPro’s!…
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Blind Date with the Desert

“My first few days in Moab’s red rock desert were like a blind date where everything went wrong,” writes Hilary Oliver. “For one, it was August. My metal aviator sunglasses got so hot in the sun that I couldn’t smile or they’d burn my cheeks.” Four years later, Hilary and the desert got a second chance at their botched first encounter.…
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