Long considered impossible, coveted by many and attempted by a few, the Fitz Traverse has fueled the imaginations of climbers in Patagonia for decades.
Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson run 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, to celebrate and highlight Conservacion Patagonica’s efforts to re-wild and protect this vast landscape.
Born and raised at Punta de Lobos, Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet.
The fight to protect the Arctic Refuge
Searching for adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and snowboarders set off on a bicycle powered backcountry ski adventure along the Eastern Sierra. (It's as fun as it sounds)
The 35+ year resistance by a group of fisherman, farmers and activists to prevent the construction of a nuclear power plant that would threaten Japan’s Inland Sea.
In 1968, five friends set off on a road trip that became legend.
Uniting a community through advocacy, inclusivity and damn good pizza.
In a nation known for its massive resource extraction, salmon farming is now bigger than all of Chile’s industries except copper mining.
The road to extinction is paved with good intentions
Former Navy SEAL Josh Jespersen battles the destruction of wild places he served to protect.
Justice for the most polluted neighborhood in Los Angeles.
We protect what we love.
On a family farm in Bourbon County, Kentucky, a heritage crop has returned.
Best job in the world?
Join Kimi Werner on her journey in Lessons from Jeju, where she learns about motherhood, culture, diving and providing from South Korea’s mothers of sea, the haenyeo. “The world doesn’t seem to embrace how badass motherhood is,” says Kimi.
Arturo Pugno, a fisherman in the Italian Alps, is the last known practitioner of an ancient style of flyfishing remarkable for its pure simplicity.
A Mountain Bike film about inclusion, identity and hand-drawn heroes.
This is the story of how Bureo locked arms with Patagonia to keep 71,000 pounds of discarded fishing net waste out of the ocean each year by putting it into our hat brims. Introducing the traceable, 100% recycled NetPlus®.
Rediscovering the soul of rock climbing.
The Red Desert in southwest Wyoming is the largest unfenced area in the continental United States. In order to raise awareness about this threatened ecosystem, several Wyoming conservation groups have banded together to organize a trail race that brings runners, local stakeholders, and concerned citizens together to experience this place and see exactly what is at stake.
Alex Megos finds a new limit.
Solving for Z explores IFMGA guide and father Zahan Billimoria’s relationship to the intoxicating highs and crushing blows of a life in the high-risk environment of big mountain skiing.
Sion Milosky’s death at Mavericks in 2011 left the big wave surfing community reeling from the loss of another talented surfer. It was a wake-up call.
In Colorado’s San Luis Valley, worsening drought is causing farmers to face the prospect of losing their livelihoods. Two farmers are placing their bets on a drought-tolerant crop—industrial hemp.
The future of energy is community-owned.
How can Hispanic farmworkers become farm owners? For Mexican immigrant Javier Zamora, the sunup to sundown work ethic was already there—he just needed some support from his community.
Kids are meant to be kids. So let them be.
Regenerative practices and knowledge come from Indigenous and Black farmers, and support healthy soil, animals and people.
Trail runner and activist Felipe Cancino takes us on a 120 km run through the Maipo River Valley—revealing along the way the impacts of the Alto Maipo hydropower project on the local ecosystem, its communities and traditions; and the threat it poses to the water supply of Santiago’s 7.1 million residents.