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Running the Grand Canyon, Arizona
Photograph by Christopher Shane @chrismshane
Christopher Shane lives on the edge in this self-portrait, taken at the Grand Canyon just hours after winter storm Echo passed through.
Exploring the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand
Photograph by Sam Deuchrass @samdeuchrass
Sam Deuchrass shot this photo while exploring the Otago Peninsula on New Zealand's South Island. There is virtually no light pollution in this part of the world, making it one of the best places to capture the night sky.
Climbing in the Shawangunks, New York
Photograph by Chris Vultaggio @chris_vultaggio
Climber Justin Venezia (@just19x) takes advantage of the mild winter weather in New York's Shawangunks with an early season lap up the area classic CCK (Cascading Crystal Kaleidoscope - 5.7). In an area known for its exposure, this is a true Gunks classic.
Camping in the Swiss Alps
Photograph by Thomas Hugi @hugi_photography
Thomas Hugi was on tour with his friend Nelson in Glaubenberg, Switzerland. After a long hike up with their tents, a drone, and 20 kilograms of photo gear, they made it to this base camp with an amazing view.
Climbing Near Moab, Utah
Photograph by John Evans @johnevansphoto
Pamela Pack tackles Fury Road (5.12) outside of Moab, Utah. It's a monster at 175 feet, requiring a 25-pound rack. The route starts out in a contorted flared chimney, climbing to an ultratight squeeze exit, followed by a crazy corner with everything from overhanging ring locks to 40 feet of six-inch flared crack.
Surfing Norway in Winter
Photograph by Salla Seeslahti @seeslahti
While driving from Leknes to Falstad in Norway, Salla Seeslahti captured images of young men surfing in a wintry seascape.
Hiking Athabasca Glacier, Jasper National Park, Canada
Photograph by Stevin Tuchiwsky @stevint
Viewers are treated to a look from the inside of an ice cave at the toe of the Athabasca Glacier in Canada’s Jasper National Park.
Hiking in the Dolomites, Italy
Photograph by Johannes Nollmeyer @johannesnollmeyer
The Langkofel and Plattkofel peaks dominate the background of this self-portrait taken in the Italian Dolomites.
Skiing Mont Blanc, Italy
Photograph by Mina Young Lee @minayounglee
This photo of skier @mikechambers was taken in Courmayeur, the highest commune in Italy, located on the south side of Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps. The opportunities for heli-skiing here offer routes with a vertical drop of up to 3,500 meters (11,500 feet).
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