Here’s one way to skip that annoying lift line. All you really need is a wingsuit, a parachute, and a whole lot of courage.
As wingsuiters Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet demonstrate at La Clusaz ski resort, it’s the quickest way up the mountain. Plus, you get to put on a show for everyone watching below.
It’s one thing to send a snowmobile off a snocross jump, but it’s another thing entirely to send a monster cliff in the backcountry on your sled. Swedish snowmobiler Kalle KJ Johansson put on his send pants and piloted his sled off a big one last winter. GNAR. RELATED: Calgary Wins Bid To Host 2020 X Games In his words: “Sending it out in the blue! One of the scarier drops I've done. Short in run into a kicker, wide open, blind takeoff. You can't see the landing from the top looking down. All
Alex Honnold has been up to a lot more than just rock climbing these days. Shawn Corrigan Photo. The stairwell of Jackson’s Center for the Arts becomes a makeshift set of monkey bars for Alex Honnold as we talk. Fully extended and swinging from side to side, Honnold is quiet while he articulates his thoughts. The auditorium lobby surrounding us is empty. It’s a stark contrast to the sea of buzzing people outside that eagerly waited to meet and greet the
Following in the footsteps of Muir and Browers, Jeremy Jones was the natural choice for the esteemed American Alpine Club award. Nick Kalisz Photo. With a career that’s been spent ticking off dozens, if not hundreds, of first descents and exploring mountain regions across the globe, Jeremy Jones is unequivocally a legend in snowboarding. But now, thanks to the American Alpine Club, Jones’ name is rightfully synonymous with some the greatest champions of the outdoors. On Saturday,