Piano to Zanskar Wins Banff Festival’s Top Prize

November 4th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, Profiles, Video | Comments Off on Piano to Zanskar Wins Banff Festival’s Top Prize

A film about bringing a piano from the U.K. to the Himalayas


10 Tips for the Perfect Late Season Camping Trip

October 10th, 2019 by Dave Smart | Posted in Gripped Outdoors, News | Comments Off on 10 Tips for the Perfect Late Season Camping Trip

Invest in a solid tent, be prepared to change your plans and more


Powder Day Skier is Best Ski Rap Video of 2019

April 2nd, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Powder Day Skier is Best Ski Rap Video of 2019

This rap comes from Lif’ Ticket who’s based in Telluride and it’s the best thing to come from the ski world this spring. “Why do you look down your nose at the bumps like […]


Young Gun Skiers Go Big in Revelstoke for Big Comp

February 25th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on Young Gun Skiers Go Big in Revelstoke for Big Comp

The Quiksilver’s Young Guns competition recently took place in Revelstoke, B.C., with some of the best young skiers showing off their skills. Canmore skier Cole Richardson took gold and $10,000 after his epic week. […]


First Look: Tecnica Plasma is Customized Approach Shoe

February 13th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Footwear, Gear, Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on First Look: Tecnica Plasma is Customized Approach Shoe

Customization is the new frontier in apparel and sport, and Tecnica is revolutionizing hiking and outdoor boots with their innovation and exclusive technology. The first to bring customizable technology to trekking boots, Tecnica uses […]


PrimaLoft Debuts 100 Per Cent Biodegradable Insulation

February 5th, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Apparel, Gear, Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on PrimaLoft Debuts 100 Per Cent Biodegradable Insulation

PrimaLoft debuts the first-ever 100 percent biodegradable synthetic insulation, designed to completely biodegrade in one year. PrimaLoft has coated each fiber with “food” that makes it more appealing to the naturally occurring microbes in […]


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 […]


The Arc’teryx Zeta SL Jacket is Hiker Perfect

February 3rd, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gripped Outdoors | Comments Off on The Arc’teryx Zeta SL Jacket is Hiker Perfect

The Arc’teryx Zeta SL Jacket is an amazing shell for dedicated hikers and climbers who spend countless days outdoors. It’s a brand new, lighter model than the previous, a minimalist piece for going faster […]


New MSR Paragon Snowshoe Binding Made for Comfort

January 22nd, 2019 by gripped | Posted in Gear, Gripped Outdoors, Outdoor | Comments Off on New MSR Paragon Snowshoe Binding Made for Comfort

Seattle-based Mountain Safety Research (MSR) introduces the Paragon Binding, the world’s first single-strap mesh snowshoe binding delivering the pinnacle of simplicity, security, durability, and comfort in alpine terrain. Unlike other snowshoe bindings, which can be […]


MSR Access 2 Tent Review from Baffin Island

January 14th, 2019 by James Cook | Posted in Gear, Gripped Outdoors, Outdoor, Profiles | Comments Off on MSR Access 2 Tent Review from Baffin Island

A quick Google search for “World’s Best Hiking” or “Top 10 Hikes” will consistently deliver a common result, the incredible Akshayuk Pass in Auyuittuq National Park on Canada’s Baffin Island. The hike is a […]