Snowboard bungee jumping

Ever wondered what it would feel like if you could slide down a mountain snowboard ramp and soar through the air without the fear of a crash landing? Now you can! A French company, called Bun J Ride, has created this new adrenaline rush. Situated in France’s Northern Alps, this insane thrill ride is in…

Calling all climbers

Climbers like us are at a pivotal crossroads in our history. Our sport is growing in popularity, and the sheer number of people climbing outside is having a tremendous impact on our climbing areas. The future of climbing access depends on us – the strong, passionate tribe of climbers who are committed to protecting the…

Let’s Go Camping!

It’s that time of year again when my daughter and I go on our annual camping trip. I’m so excited!! In my opinion, September and October are the best times of the year to sleep outside. Of course, it depends on where you live, too. As for me, the time is now. I hope everyone else has…

Volunteers of the Brave: The Lifeboat

On September 30, 2013 a new book will be published, and I will be among the first to order one. It tells the story of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) across all of Great Britain. This organization, created in 1824, involves 4,600 water rescue volunteers risking their lives to save the lives of others each and…

Dive Into Bikini Atoll

This is the ultimate dive site for wreck divers, and it used to be a bomb testing site. Surrounded by an immense amount of sea life is a haunting scene of long dead submarines, ships, and even planes. Read my full article here.

Hiking the Milford Track

Once described as the finest walk in the world, the South Island’s Milford Track in New Zealand is a multiday foot journey beside gin-clear streams, between menacing canyon walls, over an alpine pass, and past one of the world’s highest waterfalls. What’s not to like? Stats and Helpful Tips Distance: 53.5km Location: Fiordland National Park,…