Members of the UVM Ski and Snowboard Team are keeping loose and limber this summer, cliff jumping around some of the Green Mountain State's classic spots. From Barre to Winooski summer is still alive in this edit. If you have not had the pleasure of enjoying the many waterfalls, streams, and cliffs of Vermont put it on the bucket list. In the meantime sit back relax and enjoy some summer perfection.
Sure, climbing Everest might no longer be the adventure it used to be with glamping, pay-to-play summit ascents, and permit issues. However, the dangers are still very real, like when crossing massive crevasses through the notorious Khumbu Icefall. Two climbers were crossing a crevasse on a ladder while roped together, falling in after the ladder collapsed. According to the climber’s report, both were okay.
There’s really not much to say about this other than the fact that nature can be pretty freakin’ rad, putting on light shows that make Red Rocks look like child’s play. For those of you lucky enough to have seen the Northern Lights in person, good for you, for everyone else this might be the best film we’ve ever seen capturing their surreal beauty. Filmmaker and astrophotographer Adrien Mauduit spent 10 days hanging out in the Arctic Circle to capture the Aurora Borealis at its finest,
First, you need to watch this video all the way through to truly appreciate what a spectacular whipper this is. We’re not sure what’s more impressive– the solitary foot that desperately clings to the rock as this climber loses his battle against the force of gravity, or the fact that this guy survived unscathed. A healthy reminder to wear your helmet, for the most unexpected of whippers.