Here are 5 amazingÂ outdoor flicks for when goingÂ outside is not an option…as heartbreaking as that may sound. Cautionary tales, documentaries that leave you in head-shaking awe, riveting suspense that melds the thrills of the natural world with the campy b-movie glory. These five films offer solid outdoor respite when itâ€™s too hot or wet or
Tested Tough in the Pacific Northwest, where there is a waterfall around every corner. When we asked our social media followersÂ to participate in Columbia’sÂ first ever Instagram challenge, we decided to focus on something we hold dear in the Pacific Northwest. Yep, youÂ guessed it: Waterfalls.Â We love our waterfalls almost as much as we love hiking out
Urtzi Iglesias looks to add UTMBÂ® to his vast array of accomplishments as a runner. Urtzi Iglesias is an experienced adventure racer. Heâ€™s the navigator for the Vidaraid Adventure team and three-time Spanish Mountain Bike Orienteering Championâ€”so we know he wonâ€™t get lost on the 300 km course, even through thereâ€™s more than 28,000 meters
Shocking new discovery at the Petra World Heritage site. Earlier this month, a new monumental structure was discovered buried under the sands at the Petra World Heritage site in southern Jordan. Archaeologists used satellite images, drone photography and ground surveys to locate the large platform that had been hiding in plain sight. Petra may represent
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Respect those around you and adhere to proper outdoor etiquette. If music is so vital to your love of the outdoors then put on a pair of headphones. You know that moment when youâ€™re hiking and the world just clicks. A slight breeze hits the glimmer of sweat on your brow and cools you off.
Raymond Ching looks to push himself to the limits during his first ever UTMBÂ® this August. Raymond Ching lives in Hong Kong and he loves to run. He’s competing in the grueling 100K portion of the UTMBÂ® and is sponsored by Columbia. Raymond has only been long-distance trail running for a half-dozen years, but he’s