Climbing has been featured in a couple of Hollywood movies over the years – as a daredevil leisure activity of the more extravagant heroes on screen. But how legit was their climbing actually? Did the actors do the stunts by themselves? And was the rock for real – or artificial? Alex Honnold “investigates” and unravels the mystery… with just one look. Have fun!
Exclusive bird’s-eye view: The French paraglider Antoine Girard wants to get high. Over 8000 metres to be exact. Whether his dream of flying is in the realm of human possibility, nobody knows: An adventure in extremely thin air.
He has been climbing for as long as he can remember. He strives for complete physical control over every individual muscle while maintaining a mental big-picture perspective. His climbing successes are based on a sophisticated training system that encompasses both the body and the mind. Welcome to the world of Adam Ondra.
Talking about Tamara, Simone Moro said she “just doesn’t have the software for the city.” But Tamara knows how to get the most out of the mountains – despite her knee problems. She tells us about how she gets strength from her fear, finds inner peace even without sports and about the life motto she learned from her mother.
Climbing, Canyoning, Caving—Our first E.O.F.T. Adventure Camp was a weekend of outdoor fun and discovery. Teaming up with Tom Randall and Pete Whittaker, the four winners of last year’s Instagram photo contest explored the rocks, gorges, and caves of Slovenia’s […]
Growing up in the French Alps, skiing has been part of Alexis Blaise’s life for as long as he can remember. But his passion for the sport gravitated toward fi lm and photography. Capturing the moves of his childhood buddy and freeskier Sam Favret in the Mer de Glace was the perfect way to combine their talents.
This year we’re launching the first E.O.F.T. Adventure Camp in Slovenia. Then 2 x 2 lucky winners will have the chance to spend two adventurous days in one of Europe’s wildest regions at the beginning of May – together with […]