Pro kiteboarder Alex Soto was practicing for the 2019 Pan Am Games off the coast of the Dominican Republic when out of the blue he hit a shark. I can almost guarantee that this is the first time an incident like this has ever happened, and we really hope it’s the last.
There's not much to say beyond the headline. Austrian climber Hansjörg Auer was recently out on a solo ice climbing mission when, per his own admission, he got off-route and had to improvise with an incredibly sketchy rappel, looping his climbing rope over a minuscule, barely pronounced rock nose. "When you're climbing solo, you realize that you got off the route but there is no option anymore to climb up or down?!" Auer wrote on Facebook. "By the way you have no gear except a thin rope,
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
We at TGR love the mountains more than most, and in celebration of our big wins at both the 2018 Powder Awards last night and Surfer Awards last week we're out chasing pow! We truly are one big family, stretched all over the world, and we love nothing more than getting out into the mountains together, so that’s what we are doing today. RELATED: Far Out Wins Movie of the Year, Best Post Production, Best Powder, and Photo of the Year Our latest annual ski and snowboard film , is now