Serious props to this guy for keeping his cool when he encountered a pair of grizzly bear cubs and mama bear on a trail in Katmai National Park, AK. This is the kind of thing that usually ends really badly, but in this case, backing away slowly may have been the best course of action. Lucky for us, our hero narrates the whole encounter. The curious cubs really wanted to find out what the mysterious creature ahead of them was, and mama bear had no choice but to follow.
If you're going to send it big, it's generally a good idea to be sure things are dialed in with the cameraman. Especially if you’re going to huck something as massive as Jonathan Jean did on his snowmobile. Rightfully hooting and hollering after clearing such terrifying gap, Jean finds the rest of his crew a little less celebratory. Their awkward silence is broken with the shout of what no professional athlete wants to hear: “Nobody shot it”. Ouch. That probably hurt more for the Canadian
There are many things about Andrew Muse’s trip to Japan that simply feel otherworldly. Hotel delivery robots, snow removal facilitated by natural hot springs, and the shower/toilet/sink three-in-one combo are definite firsts for us. But despite Japan’s cultural differences, it has one thing that doesn’t need explaining: untouched snow, and lots of it. Muse, who has made a name for himself for traveling the states in his adventure van, chases some of the finest powder stashes in the Land of
The premise of slacklining is rather simple: cross the gap. However, within this sport of balance, the void crossed is not always physical. For slackliner Sonya Iverson, bridging political or cultural differences was no different from traversing over a bottomless gorge. Seeking to use lines to connect rather than divide, she spearheaded the Crossing Lines Initiative. Their first project was a cultural exchange between the US and Iran, in which she and a group of Americans attended an Iranian