This is the mountain village of Whistler, 675m above sea level. Forested with old growth fir and cedar. An important black bear habitat. Criss-crossed by deep valleys making way to endless glaciers. There are few paved roads but instead many miles of intersecting logging roads and dirt trails. It is an El Nino year. We
The excitement is high for Braden, Suz and the rest of the jumpers as the weather clears just in time for Heliboogie (an annual BASE jumping event in Kjerag, Norway). Braden continues to dial in his wingsuit on a variety of jumps in the area, and Suz talks about how it feels to jump a
After piling in a station wagon with their friends from heliboogie, Suz and Braden drive to Italy where they enjoy the sunny weather, famous Italian food and a side of wingsuit BASE jumping. As the weather improves elsewhere in Europe, the crew heads to Switzerland to attempt to get on top of the Eiger Mushroom,
Suz has a hard landing which leaves her with a bittersweet ending to her trip. Braden conquers a high-alpine wingsuit flight and showcases the challenges and rewards that accompany flying wingsuits in hard to access locations. The pair reflects on their journey, their perspectives on risk and what lies ahead.
This band of seekers have found a treasure, a mother lode if you will… it’s time to stake their claim and strike it rich! This treasure…. it’s not the conventional kind … gold, diamonds or other such things … this treasure is much more rare. Found only in the alpine, an land of unrelenting rock
Braden Dean and Suz Graham are both winter-sport athletes that met through a love of flying and outdoor adventures. Join them as they pack up the truck and drive down the coast from Whistler, BC to Lodi, California to break in their new wingsuits and prepare themselves for the summer BASE jumping season.
Braden and Suz pack their bags and travel to Norway to prepare for the Kjerag HeliBoogie, an annual BASE jumping event that attracts jumpers from all over the world. In this episode the pair warms up to the area with a few tracking jumps before Braden puts on his new wingsuit and flies it from
Friendly, down to earth, Bubbly and hard working in what I do. I try to strive to reach my goals that I set in life. I don't change my personality because others want to change me. I keep true to myself and ensure i set forth a positive attitude and always try to find a
British surfer with an infectious zest for life and love of the sea.
Big projects needs more than one person, I can't do everything my myself, it's even hard to focus on what I really need to do if I gotta be thinking of something else ,the camera for exemple.. people with the same or not especiality it's always a plus on any kind of work, adding different
Stoked with life and living the dream. Loving the life I live, living the life I love Sharing how amazing is the sport I have been living, the hapiness im my heart and motivate people to follow their dream!
I have a couple of really quality mentors and most all of them can be found within my company. In particular our Executive Director I find is a very positive role model for finding balance in life. As a father himself he portrays to me the importance of making time for priorities and work is
Matt Margetts is a Canadian Freeskier. He represented Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics in the Ski SuperPipe.
Im the type of person who wants do it all. Whether I'm skydiving, flying aerobatic planes, rock climbing, mountaineering, ice climbing, riding dirt bikes, Harleys, wakeboarding, or snowboarding in the backcountry, I want a taste of it all! I feel we have such a short time on this planet and I want to make the
I have been making electronic music for over 19 years, and have never had a job outside of the music industry. I have been able to support myself in this banana republic of a country due to the internet and my determination. Took me over 5 years to release my first track.
Liz Thomas is a little Oklahoma girl who discovered slacklining and rock climbing in Colorado when she moved there for college. Now for the last 5 years she has been addicted! More recently Liz has expanded her hobbies to include acroyoga, aerial yoga, hand balancing, aerial silks, lyra, trapeze, poi, and hooping. We would say
The first person I looked up to in highlining was my friend and highlining partner, Ben Plotkin-Swing. Seeing pictures of him on his first big highline trip to Yosemite is what originally made me say, "Woah I wanna do that!" I had met him a year or so earlier and we had climbed together a
I'm looking for something that excites me, to learn new things and expand my horizons.
Island boy with a thirst for being outdoors. Always calm under pressure, Dre’s mellow vibe comes out in his style, the way he rides and his attitude towards life.
In the past when I was at the top of the wake park tour I really looked up to the way Daniel Grant has rode then and even now. He is still the best Wakeboarder I have rode with and have seen to date. The person that inspires me to be the best and to
Im looking for a network that wants to support and make the sport I love as big as possible, and willing to help me get as big as possible in my sport so I can make videos and get content and make my park the best it can be and to live this dream I
Passionate and crazy, yet focused and fierce.
November 26, 2016
Cole Sorensen is 14 and loves Mexican food. His sister, Ella, is 12 and fancies herself “a pizza gal.” Cole used to get fajitas with his mom after snowboard competitions. Then Ella started competing. Now they have to argue about post-shred grubs. Sounds like typical sibling stuff, except these siblings both happen to be World
July 7, 2016
By going barefoot, you reawaken nerves and muscles that have atrophied from years of your shoes doing all the work. Think of barefoot walking/hiking as free reflexology; the pebbles and cracks in the ground stimulate nerves that help lower inflammation and blood pressure.
July 19, 2016
When Gabriel Aglio decided he really wanted to focus on slacklining, he was already a slackliner. “I was at Moab, surrounded by amazing people in a tree net. I fell asleep and woke up feeling different. It made me realize that travel and meeting more amazing people is what I wanted to do in my
August 11, 2016
EDGEtv’s Staff Writer and Social Media Manager, Jeff McElroy, is also an award-winning author. His surf-noir short story collection, Californios, won 1st Place in the 2014 Independent Publisher Awards (IPPYs) for Best West Coast Fiction. He released Californios 2 in 2016. His surf fiction has found a dedicated readership around the world, including names like Dan Malloy,
February 17, 2017
In the dream, he is surfing towards me. It’s one of those infinite winter days in California when the sun is warm but the water is cold and the waves steam in from the northwest and wrap around the pointbreaks. The days when you lose count of waves and your eyes glow red from Santa
May 23, 2017
Feature image by Klaus Schlickmann If highlining – the type of slacklining that involves walking along a suspended length of flat webbing that’s elevated and tensioned between two anchors on either side of a canyon or mountain range — is your idea of a good time, you’ve probably heard of Rafael Bridi. And if
October 27, 2016
EDGEtv Influencer, Mary Osborne, has been making the pilgrimage to surf "The Silver Dragon" for many years. This August she joined surf legends Koby Abberton, Cheyne Magnusson, Jamie O'Brien, Dean Morrison, and Robert "Wingnut" Weaver as part of the 2016 Red Bull Qiantang Shootout.
December 23, 2016
EDGEtv influencer and snowboarder/photographer extraordinaire, Moss Halladay, put the Ignite 4K to the test in his local Tahoe backcountry during a bomber season opener. “It’s really easy to use,” he said. “If you know how to use a GoPro, then you can use this for sure.” He also said that the Dual Front OLED +
December 8, 2016
Do you wish you were James Bond? Me, too! Whenever someone pulls out a pen, do you secretly assume it shoots poison darts? Me, too! Unfortunately for us, a pen is usually a pen and a watch is usually a watch…until now.
July 19, 2016
photo: David Pu’u When Mary Osborne’s brother, Dave, pushed her into her first real wave (which she rode for 10 seconds), she immediately ran up the beach to her mom and said, “Did you see that? Her mom said, “I thought that was a boy surfing, not you.” Mary recalls, “I’ll never forget that wave.