In February 2020, I spent a month cycling across frozen lake Baikal. Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world. It’s about 650 kilometres long and 70 kilometres wide and is located in Siberia, North of Mongolia. Cycling in a cold environment implies many adaptations but the essence of bike-touring/riding/packing stays the same: discovering places, cultures, people.
A 40 day all girl wilderness canoe tripping adventure.
A traditional, slow, strenuous and all female adventure. Forty days spent canoe tripping in the Canadian wilderness with twelve young women, nine of whom are teenagers.
Sometimes you just need someone to allow you to see the bigger picture through a small scope. Meet Anna Le, an aquatic ecologist and environmental educator who spends her days spotting wildlife and welcoming more people to experience it with her.
Three women set sail on a 350 mile expedition through Alaska’s massive Tongass National Forest, exploring how clearcut logging in this coastal rainforest could affect wildlife, local communities and our planet’s climate.
NEW DOCUMENTARY TELLS THE STORY OF THE TRAILBLAZING FEMALE PRO SURFERS OF THE 80S
Psicobloc – free soloing over deep water to prevent injury. In this short film of mentorship, Tim Emmett, the psicobloc pioneer recruits US rock climbing Olympian, Kyra Condie to find new challenges when it comes to life on the rocks.