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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. 


InterviewDavid Pickford • Oct 26, 2021

Interview: Matilda Söderlund

A conversation with one of the world’s most accomplished sport climbers.

© Matt Tomlinson / The Service Course

StoryChris Hunt • Oct 21, 2021

Off-Piste in the Peak District

Highlights from a weekend riding bikes and drinking beer

A few glorious moments of sunshine can (almost) make you forget the Arctic outflow winds that will greet you around the next corner.

StoryCarmen Kuntz • Oct 20, 2021

Into the Crystal Current

Packrafting & ski touring British Columbia’s Coast Mountains

In the teeth of an incoming storm deep in the pathless terrain on a sub-peak in the Fitz Roy range of Argentine Patagonia.

StoryWill Copestake • Oct 19, 2021

Chasing Down The Wind

Scrambling off the grid in Chilean Patagonia.

StoryAled Bath • Oct 14, 2021

How to Ride The West Kernow Way

A bikepacking route through Cornwall’s Wild West


StoryBASE editorial team • Oct 12, 2021

The Mountain People Grant

Supporting upcoming filmmakers pushing stories of British mountain culture.

VideoBASE editorial team • Oct 12, 2021

They / Them: One Climber’s Story

For Lor Sabourin, climbing is more than a sport, it’s a way of exploring identity and building resilience

StoryNils Amelinckx • Oct 11, 2021

Golden Hours

A sunrise mountain biking session on Helvellyn to kick-off the day

InterviewMark Bullock • Oct 06, 2021

Interview: The Alpinist

Mark Bullock interviews Peter Mortimer and Nick Rosen of Sender Films / Reel Rock.

InterviewChris Hunt • Sep 18, 2021

The Only Person You’re Racing is Yourself

We catch up with Mark Beaumont to hear about his experiences racing (and winning) GBDuro.

Somewhere north of Rodanthe, we rode past hundreds of perfect breaks on a hunch to reach a bank that would provide bigger and better waves. It did.

StoryChris McClean • Sep 17, 2021

Graveyard of the Atlantic

Biking & surfing North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

VideoBASE editorial team • Sep 16, 2021

From Scilly to Shetland via the Best of British Adventure

A bikepacking adventure between The Scilly Isles and Shetland to experience the best of British adventure

VideoBASE editorial team • Sep 10, 2021

This 80-Year-Old Woman Rides A 600 Mile Horseback Adventure Every Year

Every year since 1971, Jane Dotchin packeds up her saddlebags for a 7 week adventure on horseback.

King penguins are the second largest species of penguin after the Emperor penguin. They can be up to 100cm tall and weigh as much as 18kg and have been recorded diving to depths of up to 300 metres.

StoryÁngel Pérez Grimaldi • Sep 09, 2021

The Austral Ocean

Marine Antarctica through the lens

VideoBASE editorial team • Sep 07, 2021

The North Face of The Eiger in a Day

Babsi Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher take on on the Eiger Odysee in under 24 hours

StoryBASE editorial team • Sep 06, 2021

The Talisman Triathlon

A 1550km Lands’ End to John O’ Groats Triathlon

InterviewChris Hunt • Sep 03, 2021

The Power of Slow Adventure

We catch up with the Adventure Syndicate’s Lee Craigie to chat about their latest Source to Sea project

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