Monthly Archives: May 2017

Can’t Make It to the Burn? Check out These Year-Round Regional Burning Man Events The sun peaks through the silhouettes of the sunrise warriors. Two-wheeled caterpillars and Mad Max-esque art cars leave a dusty trail on the horizon. Last night’s dance floor metronome continuously echoes – is their music still… Read More
Source park in hastings, uk is the world's largest indoor skatepark The Battle Of Hastings are separate BMX and skate contests hosted by Source Park, the world’s largest underground skate and bmx park which is housed in a former Victorian bath-house underneath the promenade of the seaside town of Hastings in Sussex, England. The park owners have a long and storied… Read More
Planning a trip to Africa? Spare your friends and family the hundreds of safari photos. With over 50 countries spanning a continent diverse enough to have snow-top mountains and smoldering deserts, the memories (and photos) from these 5 African adventures of a lifetime are sure to leave ‘em wanting more.… Read More
The mountain town of Telluride, Colorado hosts Telluride Mountainfilm ever year in May Every year at the end of May, hundreds of the world’s most accomplished and devoted climbers, mountaineers, skiers, sailors, explorers - in a word, adventurers - converge on Telluride, Colorado for a four-day festival celebrating the indomitable nature of the human spirit: Mountainfilm. Sure, the weekend is a chance for… Read More
Scooters and tuktuks in the night market laneways and bars in Phnom Penh, Cambodia You wouldn’t know from first glance but the capital city of Cambodia has a booming nightlife scene just as cool as anything back in the western world. Do yourself a favor and leap into a night full of hipster delight amongst expats and locals alike. From high-class speakeasies to alternative… Read More
SoFar Sounds. Josh Whitehouse playing in Los Angeles Do you love good company, great music and trying new things? Awesome – me too. I recently discovered Sofar Sounds in my hometown of NYC and have to say I’m hooked on the experience. Sofar stands for Songs from a Room, and they’re all about creating magical, intimate concerts in… Read More
Georgi Peltekov-Gumata big spin at Borovets, Bulgaria I should say at the outset that this feature pertains only to recreational, resort-based snowboarding excursions in Bulgaria; in terms of back-country powder it is of course possible but not necessarily something we can be in a position to recommend given the inherent dangers. So to drill down into the… Read More
View of Mont Blanc through the clouds on the Chamonix side You have probably heard of Chamonix for it's freeride terrain but there is more to discover around the Mont Blanc valley.  Hungry for the outdoors? You've found the perfect place to feed on what's the mountains have to offer. The area welcomes more than 400,000 outdoor enthusiasts each summer, so we… Read More
Sitting on the edge of a cliff in Thailand taking it all in backpacking the asian trail After growing up in Canada’s frozen tundra and counting down the days until my annual hibernation ended; when I decided to leave for good, I vowed to spend my days in some paradise where the sun would always shine. After falling in love with Asia and spending the last two… Read More
taking a ride on a yak on the trail to Everest Base Camp I wake up in the dark, and wonder if daylight is coming soon. With my headlamp, I check the time. It is 5:00 AM, and I am fully awake. In my warm sleeping bag, I wait for the grey of dawn. The day begins, and I reach out and push… Read More


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