Lhotse | The North Face
It’s not always what we achieve that defines us, rather it is why we achieve such things that creates clarity in our existence.
In 2018, Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison completed the first ski descent of the 27,940-foot Lhotse, the fourth-highest mountain in the world. This is their story.
The Titans | Merrell
The result of ancient volcanic eruptions and millions of years of intense erosion, the Faroe Islands rise tall and steep out of the waters of the North Atlantic. Abrupt, rocky drop-offs plunge into huge ocean swells every day. It is from these cliffs that friends Øssur Debes Eiriksfoss and Jóni Christiansen do what they think any reasonable person should want to do: jump off.
Spearhead: Pushing the Boundaries of BC’s Backcountry | Arc’teryx
Nestled between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains in British Columbia, the Spearhead Traverse is a classic winter route renowned for its incredible terrain. ‘Spearhead: Pushing the Boundaries of BC’s Backcountry’ celebrates the history of the route, first skied in 1964, while asking how do we manage the impact on these spaces as they gain popularity.