The Senate and House have both voted to repeal “predator control” hunting restrictions in Alaska enacted during President Obama’s tenure.
While other free soloists—rock climbers who shun ropes and other safety gear—have parlayed their artform into major sponsorships and TV commercials, South African Matt Bush has largely flown under the radar.
Doug Tompkins, founder of The North Face, and his wife Kristine spent roughly 25 years buying up pieces of land in Chilean Patagonia with the end goal of donating it back to the host country for the creation of protected wilderness areas.
Cochamó is widely regarded as the Yosemite of South America.
China is home to some of the world’s most spectacular natural arches, providing rock climbers adventures aplenty.
Big wave surfer Chris Bertish left the coast of Morocco three months ago on a custom twenty-foot-long stand-up paddleboard with an impossible goal: to paddle across the entire Atlantic Ocean.
Daniel Rocchi and friends recently made the first descent of a new canyon in Costa Rica, a country that holds vast, untapped potential for canyon exploration.