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What Kalen Thorien Learned on her 270 Mile Solo Hike

 In the edit, adventure athlete and skier Kalen Thorien completes a 270 mile, 18 day, solo high travers in the Sierra Nevada. Thorien filmed herself via GoPro the entire time and was able to capture some pretty incredible human moments that make for a moving little edit. 

Thorien says, “We spend a lot of time seeking answers, hoping for outside forces to propel us into an elevated realm of thinking, the simplicity of a walk in the woods can provide the impermanence that we so often overlook. Out there it is uncluttered and simplified.”

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​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT
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​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT

​VIDEO: The 10 Worst Crashes On the 2021 FWT

Ouch. It’s one thing to be skiing and riding as aggressively as the athletes on the Freeride World Tour, and it’s an entirely different thing to be crashing as hard as they (sometimes) do. Competing at the highest level leaves very little margin for error, and that’s pretty clear if you watch some of the bails from the 2021 Tour. There’s everything from 60-0 in a matter of inches (shoutout Aymar Navarro and that snowbank) to folks going SPLAT off gigantic airs (shoutout everyone else). Hope

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These Guys Hopped Trains to Montana For A Different Type of COVID Adventure
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These Guys Hopped Trains to Montana For A Different Type of COVID Adventure

These Guys Hopped Trains to Montana For A Different Type of COVID Adventure

For many of us, the start of the COVID-19 pandemic left us scratching our heads with what to do with our time. Some of us turned to adventure to fill the hours, exploring close to home and getting to know ourselves and our loved ones better than ever before. Others took to re-inventing their lives, and that’s exactly what these three friends from Los Angeles did. Losing jobs meant unlimited free time, and the crowds and concrete jungle of LA no longer felt like the right choice. With the

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VIDEO: What Inspires TGR Photographer Nic Alegre In the Field?
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VIDEO: What Inspires TGR Photographer Nic Alegre In the Field?

VIDEO: What Inspires TGR Photographer Nic Alegre In the Field?

To award-winning TGR photographer Nic Alegre, countless different ingredients need to come together to create a shot that truly has the power to inspire. For him, the goal is to create the best art possible, and that requires athletes to perform, conditions to line up, and gear he can rely on, like f-stop’s camera bags. When composing a shot, his first priority is capturing light - and capturing it in a way that makes the athlete secondary to what’s going on in the environment. Ultimately,