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If Kai Were Trayvon

At the young age of 14 Kai Lightner is doing amazing things in the world of sport climbing. In the spring 2013 he ascended exceedingly difficult routes that included Southern Smoke (5.14c) and Transworld Depravity (5.14a) in the Red River Gorge of Kentucky. On the same two-week road trip he climbed Proper Soul (5.14a) in […]

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Cold Love ~ a documentary details a white hot passion for polar exploration

It’s hard to imagine a more hostile environment than the Arctic. A block of ice at the top of globe the North Pole is hundreds of miles from the nearest landmass. Through winter it regularly posts temperatures 35 degrees below zero. And constantly shifting ocean currents makes it impossible to build a permanent structure for […]

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From the Mountaintop: Expedition Denali’s Epic Journey

On June 24,2013 Adina Scott made a satellite phone dispatch from 17,200 feet on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park. As part of the climbing team Expedition Denali, she and the 18 others had already spent a total of 16 days on the mountain and nearly a week camped at 14,200 feet. Now, they were […]

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Project 365 ~ Climbing above the limitation of diabetes

Life is a fatal condition from which no one will ever recover or even survive. Every day is a constant struggle to manage our symptoms. Whether from illness or injury we all experience aches and pains, especially as we get a bit older. We suffer from chronic fatigue that can only be relieved with eight […]

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Support the Joy Trip Project on Patreon

Support the Joy Trip Project on Patreon from James Mills on Vimeo. When you’re in the creative fields it’s never easy to define exactly what it is that you do for a for living. But when you hope to get your friends and fans to support your work financially you really have to get down […]

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Peter McBride ~ photographing the most endangered river in America

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed    Adventure photographers and filmmakers give us a unique view of the world. And throughout his long career taking pictures and telling stories for major magazines Peter McBride has offered up an exciting perspective, most often from the air. When he was in his 20s […]

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