Aniol and Gerd Serrasolses have been seeking out some of the world's gnarliest rapids with their kayaks almost their entire lives. Like most adrenaline addicts, Aniol describes the sensation of running a waterfall "something so special and unique, that you just want to do it all your life". Unfortunately running some of the biggest rapids in Iceland's freezing cold temperatures is what nearly cost the two Spanish brothers their lives. Follow them on their latest adventure, as they learn more about the power of the river, life, and brotherhood.
If Chris Gurksy was searching for a thrill when he signed up for his first ever attempt at hang-gliding, he got exactly that. The Florida-based photographer was on holiday with his wife in Switzerland when he found himself some 4,000 feet in the air hanging on for dear life after the pilot he booked the flight with forgot to attach him to the glider. Related: Jean-Baptiste Paragliding As Wild As Candide’s “One of Those Days” The footage is as amazing as it is terrifying, yet Chris seems
Ice climbing is a whole lot more than just swinging ice tools into frozen water: it’s a patient game of chess, waiting for elusive conditions, and then pouncing on an opportunity to climb dreamy (or nightmarish) routes. This fall, in an area high in the alpine in Rocky Mountain National Park outside Estes Park, CO, a small group of adventurous alpinists discovered all-time conditions on routes that had never been climbed before. RELATED: Follow David Lama on His Most Ambitious Solo Climb
The American Alpine Club (AAC), is proud to be announcing new membership options and proactive outreach with active-duty military and veterans. Following the advocacy that began as far back as World War II, with the famed 10th Mountain Division, the nation’s oldest climbing non-profit has big plans for 2019. This will manifest itself through discounted club memberships for service members, veteran-focused climbing events, and the promotion of wellness through climbing. It’s an initiative that