After an incredible career in downhill skiing, the world is eager to know what’s exactly next for Lindsey Vonn. Turns out retirement is keeping her just as busy as ever. The skiing GOAT sat down with The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah to talk about how she’s transitioning her career. Now Vonn is using that same determination from ski racing and putting it to good use in her foundation, The Lindsey Vonn Foundation.
You’re an a**hole. More specifically, you’re an a**hole on a road trip across the U.S. You’re hitting each National Park, one by one, and gradually getting more and more disappointed by how underdeveloped they are. “The closest Dennys is sixty miles away!?” you lament incredulously. Now, you’ve made it to Glacier National Park and lo and behold, you’re stuck in traffic. RELATED: Three Rescued As Car Plunges Off Glacier’s “Going-To-The-Sun” Road “There are way too many tourists here,” you
Everest is a well covered topic. The mountain, and those who attempt it, capture the public's attention like little else. Shrouded in a haze of money, egos and trash, the answer to the question of “why” becomes ever more uncertain. To consider Everest is to consider the fundamental, unanswerable questions that plague us all. Why risk your life to partake in an act that has no tangible benefits? Consequently, do any of our acts truly have tangible benefits? As a comedian who is able to cut
In a massive land inaccessible by traditional forms of transport, the glaciers, rivers and lakes of wild Alaska become its airstrips. It’s humbling and enthralling to watch entire planes dwarfed by the immensity of Alaska’s mountains and valleys; a simple reminder of how small we really are. RELATED: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River Filson’s profile is a beautiful ode to those who largely forgo the traditional way of life, choosing instead to immerse themselves in the clouds of