The Beautiful Chaos of Surfing Pipeline

Pipeline is the Yankee Arena, facility court at Wimbledon, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground of browsing. Surfers mature on the misconceptions of the solemn coral reef break, and journals write biblical lines in its honor while young surfers read them more fastidiously compared to their institution publications.

In this video, several of surfing’s finest discuss their impressions of the fabulous wave, lessons learned from just how their idolizers surfed it, as well as the attractive mayhem of surfing Pipe.

The Faces of Dav

Over the last 4 years, Davenport has effectively climbed every 14,000-foot peak in Colorado. Now he has his sights on an even loftier goal; climbing the Centennial peaks of Colorado – the top 100 greatest peaks in the state. Chris takes to southwest Colorado with partners Ted and Christy Mahon, ticking off three more peaks and bringing them within striking distance of finishing this 2-year project.

Yosemite National Park | Bushcraft Backpacking, Hiking, and Camping at North Dome/Upper Falls

Yosemite National Park, in the Sierra Nevada range of mountains in California, is among our most well-known National Parks. In this episode, we explore the huge cliffs, waterfalls, and trees that John Muir called his church and home. We’ll hike to Vernal Falls, take a look at a bit of the John Muir Trail, and backpack to Upper Yosemite Falls and North Dome, and see beautiful views of Half Dome.

World’s Most Dangerous Hiking Trail on Mount Huashan

Mount Huashan is the most brutal, terrifying hikes In the world. The courses have actually been enhanced due to a current increase of travelers, but they are nevertheless dangerous, and bring a track record for deadly falls. No official data are kept, some say that the number might be as much as about 100 fatal falls a year. Some of the more unsafe parts of the trails have names like Thousand-Foot Precipice, Hundred-Foot Gap and Black Dragon Ridge.

The tracks up Mount Hua Shan involve high staircases, vertical climbs, and a plank path including wood platforms bolted onto the mountainside.