Some records are just meant to be broken, especially when they involve pushing the limits in things like the world of highlining. Canada’s Slacklife BC crew recently set a new record for longest highline in the world, stretched across an entire valley at Mt. Seymour, BC. Youtuber Levi Allen of Leftcoast Media came along to document the experience telling the story all the way from rigging to pro highliner Alexander Schultz’s onsight of the massive line.
Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's new documentary whichfeatures rock climbing legend Alex Honnold, decimated all previously held records for a documentary at its opening. Upstaging the 12-year record previously held by the Oscar-winning , it comes as no surprise that the National Geographic film is taking the world by storm. RELATED: Watch the Free Solo Trailer Bringing the film experience out of the theaters, allows the viewer to dive into Yosemite's valley and climb alongside
This here is every high-altitude climbers’ worst nightmare. An enormous avalanche broke loose in the Chipurson Valley of Pakistan as two mountaineers were walking up the valley beneath it, forcing them to run for cover behind some boulders. Probably would have been a good idea to get out of the way before it bears down on you…
Well, the short answer is: training. For recent Jackson Hole transplant Stephen Mulherin, chasing a vertical dream turned out to be tougher than anticipated. The 24-year old’s mission is pretty simple: run up hills and try to be the fastest one to do so. He balances life as a full-time river guide with 14+ mile runs after work and competing in the town’s many uphill races like the Rendezvous Hill Climb at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. He currently holds the third fastest time on the Grand