Javier Corso Wins Banff Mountain Photo Essay Award 2019

June 25th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | No Comments »

Corso is a Barcelona based photographer and founder/director at production company OAK stories


Watch Kilian Jornet Cover Crazy Terrain for Three Days

April 22nd, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, Video | Comments Off on Watch Kilian Jornet Cover Crazy Terrain for Three Days

Watch as Kilian Jornet travels 22 vertical kilometres over nearly 200 kilometres for 56 straight hours. What I mostly like about being in shape is the possibility to approach a bit the distance between […]


Weekend Stoker: Pow Skiing on Remote Rockies Warren

March 1st, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, Video | Comments Off on Weekend Stoker: Pow Skiing on Remote Rockies Warren

A quick little highlight video of the steep and deep east-north-east face of Mount Warren during an awesome September ski trip on Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park by the late Trevor Sexsmith, who […]


Clickbait: Sam Elliot Rock Climbs in Epic New Hollywood Film

February 28th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Clickbait: Sam Elliot Rock Climbs in Epic New Hollywood Film

Legendary actor Sam Elliot stars in The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, which is currently at theatres. In the epic film, Elliot is seen climbing a steep rock above a river […]


Watch Rare Ski Descent of Narrow Wasatch Couloir in Utah

February 28th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Watch Rare Ski Descent of Narrow Wasatch Couloir in Utah

After a quick jaunt to the deserts of Nevada, Cody Townsend and crew returns to Utah for a long walk and narrow ski as part of his goal to ski the 50 classics of […]


Hiker Trapped in Quicksand and Rescued in Zion

February 25th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Hiker Trapped in Quicksand and Rescued in Zion

Zion National Park Search and Rescue and Utah DPS recently rescued a hiker from quicksand after she was stuck for almost 10 hours in winter temps. She and another hiker were a few hours […]


Freeride Ski and Snowboard 2019 Wild Footage and Results

February 25th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Freeride Ski and Snowboard 2019 Wild Footage and Results

Yesterday, world’s best freeriders enjoyed fresh snow under blue skies on the legendary “Wildseeloder” venue aiming for the biggest lines and huge drops in the Austrian Alps. Norwegian Hedvig Wessel (Ski Women) earned the […]


Watch Speedy Tree Planting on Canada’s West Coast

February 20th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Watch Speedy Tree Planting on Canada’s West Coast

Tree planting is a difficult job that thousands of Canadians do every summer once the ground has thawed. Every year, 500 million trees are planted in Canada to establish new forests where trees have […]


New Mammut Eigerjoch Light Insulated T-Shirt

February 4th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on New Mammut Eigerjoch Light Insulated T-Shirt

The new Mammut Eigerjoch Light Insulated T-Shirt for next winter is an innovative down T-shirt is a super-light and compressible layer in the backcountry and a keep-you-warm-where-it-matters component for everyday skiing. Weighing in at […]


Watch Amazing History of Big Mountain Ski History

January 23rd, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, Video | Comments Off on Watch Amazing History of Big Mountain Ski History

This film is the culmination of 20 years of big mountain filming and raises the question of “Is it worth it?” While documenting the evolution of this sport many of the characters have witnessed […]