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.
Norwegians have a funny sense of humor. The nation is home some huge mountains, great skiers, and is arguably where death metal started in the early 1990s. Keeping that macabre mood going, today we present you with the 2018 Norwegian Death Diving World Championships. They call it “dødsing,” we call it absolutely nuts. I mean, who else would want to throw themselves off a 10m diving platform and land in the loudest, most painful and least graceful way possible? Upon a little research, this is
If you don’t know who Jimmy Chin is at this point, you’re likely living on the moon. The acclaimed photographer-turned-film director, who was behind massive projects like Meru, has been quietly plugging away at yet another film. While the subject matter may already be familiar to most, this film looks to shed light on some new angles and capture it in true fashion. When Alex Honnold free soloed El Capitan in the summer of 2017, Chin was with him on the wall to capture the feat. Chin’s new
This is exactly what you don’t want to happen halfway up a climbing route: the entire pillar you just ascended collapsing at your feet. We can’t find more details on the climber or route just yet, other than the climber was likely Spaniard Antonio Saldaña Santaella, but wherever it was, it’s scary. Almost as good as this gem from the ice climbing world: