There is a lot of video like this on the web but usually, they occur in other countries. It follows the same routine, a couple of bored teenagers with no fear of dying or heights scale huge structures for incredible video footage. Although it's nothing new, it doesn't make this video any less crazy or spectacular.
French filmmaker Sebastien Montaz-Rosset is known for capturing some pretty obscure niches of the outdoor world on camera, making stunningly beautiful short films of stuff you’ve never heard of. Ever heard of skyrunning? It’s basically trail running over highly technical terrain at altitude, often with rock climbing and snowy conditions thrown in the mix. Montaz’s latest POV captures him sprinting along a ridge in Lofoten, Norway, only stopping to take the breathtaking views of the mountains
As one of the most visited protected areas in the world, Rocky Mountain National Park harbors some of the most beautiful terrain in the lower 48. A short drive from Denver, CO, warm summers in the Park beckon visitors with lakes, high alpine hikes, and plenty of wildlife. Winters, however, completely change the Park. With extremely heavy snowfall and biting cold, access becomes a struggle, but a hardy group of skiers and climbers take advantage of the unique terrain to get after it every
Colorado’s San Juan Range is to a sort of Shangri-La to those who pursue solitude and the beauty of nature in the mountains. Far away from the hustle and bustle of the Front Range, there is just something about the high alpine and its lakes and streams that attract a certain kind of individual: one who goes on a multi-day bikepacking trip to go fishing atop a mountain. Mountain bikers Ben Kraushaar, Sam Simmons, Justin Reiter, and Dylan Stucki did exactly that, carrying their fly-fishing gear