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Climbing, Destinations, Interview, Kids in Nature, Podcast, Yosemite / 23.09.2011

[audio mp3="http://joytripproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Ron-Kauk.mp3"][/audio]Ron Kauk is one of the best known climbers in Yosemite Valley. He was among that early generation of big wall pioneers that set the standards and established the major routes that are still popular today. Since 1974 he’s been a regular in the Yosemite climbing community. Having made the first free ascent of Washington Column in 1975 with John Long and John Bachar Kauk renamed the route Astroman and it became the most challenging climb in the Valley for more than 10 years. On a joy trip...

Adventure Media Review, Film Review, Outdoor Recreation, Skiing, Skiing, Snow, Snowboarding / 15.09.2011

The new film by Nick Waggoner and Sweetgrass Productions is nothing short of stunning. Not since his groundbreaking ski movie Signatures have snow sports been so profoundly elevated from mere adventure to art. Exquisite and sublime Solitaire takes expedition filmmaking to a new level combining music and athleticism to create a dance of speed, strength and courage that virtually sings with sheer poetry.

Adventure Media Review, Interview, Joy Trip Flashback, Podcast, Running / 14.09.2011

An interview with the inspirational ultra-marathon runner of the Endurance 50Back in 2006 ultra distance runner Dean Karnazes performed an amazing stunt. Over the course of 50 days he ran 50 marathons in each of the 50 United States. An inspiring feat to be sure, running 26.2 mile every day and then traveling quickly by car to the next state and do it again.  But what was especially interesting to Dean and me too with I spoke to him were the stories of the many people he met...

Uncategorized / 08.09.2011

Adventure filmmakers Allison Otto and Carole Snow recently returned from a reporting trip to Nepal. Working on a feature  set to premiere in fall 2012 the two filmed and interviewed one of the most important chroniclers of Himalayan climbing expeditions in the world. Miss Elizabeth Hawley is the subject a documentary called Keeper of The Mountains. Now in production this bio-pic aims to tell the story of one woman who has recorded  accounts of alpine adventure in Central Asia since the 1960s.