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Video: Austin Keen Skimboards in Paradise

Austin Keen has been putting out viral skimboarding and wakesurfing content for years, but never like this. Featuring white sand beaches and crystalline blue waves captured in 4K, the edit's production value is sky-high. Filmed at a spectacular beach in Cabo, this video would be worth a watch even without the incredible skimboarding.

Related: Surfing a Buttery-Smooth Storm Swell

As mud season arrives, edits like this are making us dream of beaches and sunshine. Maybe this weekend would be a good time to learn how to skimboard? Peace out guys, I'm heading to Mexico.

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Video: Proximity Wingsuiting in the Alps
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Video: Proximity Wingsuiting in the Alps

Video: Proximity Wingsuiting in the Alps

When it comes to jaw-dropping POV footage, wingsuit proximity-flights are hard to beat. As a case in point, this GoPro award-winning video is simultaneously breathtaking and puckering. It's tough to say exactly how far Brendan Weinstein, the wingsuit pilot, is from the Weisshorn, but what's certain is that he is far too close for comfort. Related: Leo Taillefer Clownin' Around at Valmorel Weinstein's flight leaves virtually no room for error as he scrapes snowy ridges and winds through narrow

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Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing
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Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing

Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing

It takes a special kind of person to look at a 60-foot tall parking structure or bell-tower and think: "You know what, I'm going to climb that." Some might call such a person foolhardy, and the naysayers wouldn't be too far off the mark—buildering is both dangerous and illegal. However, it is also creative and visually striking, and unlikely to threaten anyone other than the builderer. Related: Urban Climbing Is Not For The Faint Of Heart Whether you're inspired or shocked by buildering, it's

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Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River
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Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River

Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River

Andrew Embick's describes the Chakachamna River as "Unrunnable for about five miles at all but the lowest flows, plus whatever amount of Class VI you care to try." With a description like that, it's no surprise that few kayakers attempt the run. RELATED: Running Alberta's 100-Foot Ram Falls However, a hair-raising guidebook description isn't enough to stop everybody. The river has been run in its entirety several times since was released, but still remains largely unknown to the wider