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Emotional journeys, incredible characters and epic expeditions – they’re all here in our features section.
Get inspired by the big projects or follow in the footsteps (and tread marks) of adventurers all over the world. 

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StoryAled Bath • Jan 19, 2022

A Short Day Out

Adventure on the shortest days of the year

InterviewHannah Bailey • Jan 17, 2022

The Responsibility of the Trail and Life After Racing

In conversation with mountain biker Manon Carpenter

StoryHoracio Llorens • Jan 17, 2022

Birdmen of the Himalaya

Paragliding the high country of Himachal Pradesh

StoryBASE editorial team • Jan 14, 2022

Disabled Explorer Martin Hewitt Summits Mt. Vinson After 50 Day Trek to South Pole

An important step in Hewitt’s mission to become the first-ever disabled person to complete the Explorers Grand Slam

StoryWaldo Etherington • Jan 13, 2022

Lessons From The Canopy

In support of time spent climbing trees

StoryJethro Kiernan • Jan 10, 2022

Rites of Passage

The secret gateway to climbing and mountaineering

StoryBASE editorial team • Jan 08, 2022

Preet Chandi is the First Woman of Colour to Ski to South Pole Solo

Skiing the 700 miles from Hercules Inlet in 40 days.

StoryScotty Laughland • Jan 08, 2022

Trails of Caledonia

These are the best MTB trails in Scotland

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VideoBASE editorial team • Dec 18, 2021

Vanishing Lines

Ski resort expansion is destroying our last living glaciers

VideoBASE editorial team • Dec 17, 2021

Mind Over Mountains

Using mountains to overcome the hurdles we put up in our own minds

StoryFrancesco Guerra • Dec 13, 2021

The Art of Patience and Resilience

The first documented winter traverse of the Matese Massif in Southern Italy

VideoBASE editorial team • Dec 10, 2021

Maiden Race

The tale of Mark Beaumont’s GBduro campaign, his first ever race

StoryBASE editorial team • Dec 07, 2021

Pleasure in The Pain

15 Marathons, 15 Days, 15 National Parks. Part 2: England

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StoryWill Appleyard • Dec 01, 2021

Guardians of The Blue

The pursuit of underwater giants in the mid-Atlantic

Nims holds a flag with the Union Jack and the Nepali flag together on the summit of K2 (8,611m), the world’s second-highest mountain and the most northerly 8000m peak, during the first winter ascent on January 16th 2021. © Team Nimsdai

InterviewDavid Pickford • Dec 01, 2021

The Nims Interview

David Pickford catches up with the high altitude mountaineer and star of 14 Peaks / Project Possible

VideoBASE editorial team • Nov 24, 2021

The Freedom It Gives Me

Removing the barriers to access so everyone can benefit from the transformative power of the ocean.

Dwarfed by 7326m-high Jomolhari, Sam Seward and Euan Wilson ride the Chelela trek trail. With climbing above 6000 metres prohibited in Bhutan, most of its highest peaks remain unconquered, and with such a small biomass of mountain bikers in the country, the trails that approach such peaks remain un-ridden too.

StoryDan Milner • Nov 23, 2021

Switchbacks Of The Thunder Dragon

Mountain biking the forgotten foothills of the Bhutanese Himalaya

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