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Video: A Super 8 Film of Train Hopping Across the American West

Three friends, unemployed because of COVID-19, embrace the Great Depression-era practice of illegally riding rails in search of adventure

How to Hop Trains to Montana During a Pandemic, on Super 8 Film
Video: A Super 8 Film of Train Hopping Across the American West

Three friends, unemployed because of COVID-19, embrace the Great Depression-era practice of illegally riding rails in search of adventure

Q&A: District Vision Co-Founder Max Vallot on Running & Meditation
District Vision Founder Max Vallot on Running, Mindfulness & Social Media

An inspiring conversation with the fashion exec turned mindful athlete on how to stay centered and balanced amid a culture of noise

Inside Slim Pickins, America's First Black-Owned Outdoor Shop
Video: America's First Black-Owned Outdoor Shop, Slim Pickins Outfitters

A short documentary by Outbound Collective looks at how and why the shop came to be, and what it represents in the outdoor industry

Go.Go.Go: Skiing, Surfing, a Super 8 Camera, and Micro RV in Japan
Video: Super 8 Film Documents an Epic Ski & Surf Road Trip Through Japan by RV

Pro skiers Callum Pettit & Mike Henitiuk roam the South Island in a micro RV to ski, surf, and explore in new short film

How America's Largest Japanese Pagoda Tree Came to Martha's Vineyard
Video: How America's Largest Japanese Pagoda Tree Landed on Martha's Vineyard

New short film by Gathering Growth documents the unlikely journey from a seedling's voyage in 1837 to National Champion in 2020

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Introducing the Field Mag x Dangle Supply Adventure Bong
Introducing the Field Mag x Dangle Supply Collaboration Adventure Bong

An ultralight, unbreakable, titanium waterpipe capable of elevating any outdoor experience with the flick of a bic

"Ode to Desolation" Celebrates One of America's Last Fire Lookouts
Short Film "Ode to Desolation" Celebrates One of America's Last Fire Lookouts

A contemplative look into the life and times of Jim Henterly, illustrator, naturalist, and National Park fire lookout

Travel 1,000 Miles Across Oregon in a DIY 1953 Firetruck Camper
Video: Travel 1,000 Miles Across Oregon in a Firetruck Camper Made of TNF Duffel Bags

Join pro Snowboarder Austin Smith and his firetruck tiny home—and sauna trailer—on a road trip to Oregon's best mom & pop ski hills

Video: Discovering the World's Largest Pine Tree
Video: The Unlikely Story of Discovering the World's Largest Pine Tree

A touching short film by Gathering Growth, an organization documenting America’s Champion Trees—the largest of their species

Short Film "Climb Your Dreams" Captures the Mental Escape of Climbing
New Short Film Captures the Mental Escape of Climbing in NYC

Q&A with the film's director and subject on premiering at BANFF, Langston Hughes, and how to support POC in the outdoor space

KORUA Shapes Releases New Snowboard Film SUNŌKERU
KORUA Captures the Essence of Snowboarding in Japan in New Film SUNŌKERU

Epic powder turns, ripping carves, big airs, and beautiful filming and music make this short snowboard film pure Japanuary perfection

The Crossing: Kayaking From Cuba to Key West in 27 Hours
Video: Kayaking From Cuba to Key West in 27 Hours

Three Americans cross the Straits of Florida inspired by stories of Cuban refugees impacted by closed borders and forced human migration

35mm Stop Motion Film Captures a Multi-Sensory Winter Trip to Japan
New 35mm Stop Motion Film Explores Japan's Mountains & Waves

Experience the unique sights, sounds, and sensations of Japan's legendary mountains, waves, and cityscapes

How to Rebuild a Once-Sunk Boat Into an Adventure Surf Craft
Video: From Once-Sunk to the Ultimate Adventure Surf Boat

Surfer Trevor Gordon & filmmaker Ian Durkin set out for remote coastal British Columbia to surf waves from a boat brought back to life

The River Man: How Declining Salmon Stocks Affects More Than Sport Fishing
Short Doc Captures the Echoing Effects of Declining Salmon Stocks From One Man's POV

A fated love story between one of Ireland’s great salmon fishing guides and the river that’s shaped him

Short Film "Grizzly Country" Inspires to Protect the Voiceless
How a Badass 76-Year-Old Plans to Save the Yellowstone Grizzly

On the importance of habitat preservation and environmental activism with the living incarnation of George Hayduke

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