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The area surrounding Powell River, BC is home to some of the finest granite big wall climbing in North America, and also home to some of the last stands of old-growth forest in the region. Local climbers have long benefited from easy access to remote zones thanks to logging roads and generous land use policies, but have struggled with the choice to look away as pristine valleys are stripped for timber. RELATED: Check out the trailer for TGR's Accomplice Arc'teryx's new documentary covers the
2019 was a particularly heavy season for elite surfers Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson, and Caroline Marks. Not only were they fighting to win the World Surf League World Championship title, but the final top two surfers would also qualify for the U.S. Olympic surf team. To raise the stakes even higher, it was anyone’s game for the final event, and no one wanted to finish third. The documentary follows the intense competition between these three incredible women while exploring the progression
Right now is a tough time to be surf cinematographer, especially if you’re not based in a place like Hawaii or the Mentawais. With international travel out of the picture for the time being, surf photog Connor Trimble started digging through the hard drives to find some of his best shots from the last few years. Check out his sizzle reel from shooting big waves across the globe – capturing everything we love about being in the water. RELATED: 12-Year-Old Jackson Dorian Is the Future of