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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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​FAA Revokes Pilots’ Licenses after Failed Red Bull Plane Swap Stunt
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​FAA Revokes Pilots’ Licenses after Failed Red Bull Plane Swap Stunt

​FAA Revokes Pilots’ Licenses after Failed Red Bull Plane Swap Stunt

On April 24, Red Bull Air Force pilots Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington tried to do the impossible on live TV above Arizona: flying two planes in parallel, jumping out of them, and re-entering the other’s aircraft before landing them. Red Bull called the event the “plane swap,” and unfortunately it did not go to plan. Aikins was able to re-enter the plane Farrington had been flying and land it, but the other plane entered an uncontrollable spin before crashing. Luckily, Farrington was able to

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​VIDEO: The Vorhees Brothers Take on the Zambezi River
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​VIDEO: The Vorhees Brothers Take on the Zambezi River

​VIDEO: The Vorhees Brothers Take on the Zambezi River

Kayaking is fun. Traveling to kayak is funner. Traveling to kayak with your family is the funnest. To kick off the new year kayakers Alec, Hayden and Connor Voorhees traveled to Zambia to take on the mighty Zambezi River. It would be their first international kayaking trip together. While older brother, Alec, and middle brother, Hayden, had been on quite a few adventures before, it was the first time that little brother, Connor could join. Experiencing the cultural surprises and wildlife of

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​VIDEO: Hank Stowers’ Maritime Air is FIRE
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​VIDEO: Hank Stowers’ Maritime Air is FIRE

​VIDEO: Hank Stowers’ Maritime Air is FIRE

If you’ve spent any time skiing or riding in the Mt Hood area, you might already be familiar with Hank Stowers’ riding – it involves a lot of airtime and some pretty wild and creative backcountry sends. Stowers is a queer athlete and a loud advocate for inclusivity in our sport. Their newest film project Maritime Air (Parts 1 + 2) is a look into Stowers' life and a welcome sight for bringing more folks together in the mountains. See below for Part 2.