BOUNDLESS: Episode 4 - Making Music and Climbing with Goth Babe in Oregon

ROAM Originals

BOUNDLESS: Ep. 3

Presented by GORV!, in this episode we jumped into Latasha Dunston’s RV to chase the artistic side of exploration. Latasha is an artist, nature lover, and naturalist in search of something more sublime than an adrenaline rush.

BOUNDLESS: Ep. 2

Presented by GORV!, in this episode Rafa Ortiz is in Montana white water headed straight towards the eye of the storm, eyes widen and palms sweat on the steering wheel as the RV bustles along the open road. Amazing camera work!

Boundless: Ep. 1

In this episode presented by GORV!, Ryan Robinson takes us for a ride in the passenger seat of his RV. Off the grid, deep in the Utah Desert, Ryan and friends chill by the fire, tell stories, and of course, rig a one of a kind highline.

The Big One

Trading in the surfboard for a snowboard, Ian Walsh in “The Big One,” ROAM’s newest original. This world-class surfer joins badass snowboarders Nick Russell, Danny Davis, and Forrest Shearer to first, summit then shred down North America’s tallest peak, Denali.

SURFACE

Ben Thouard, award winning photographer, let his journey take him all the way to Tahiti, where he quickly made Teahupo’o’s famous wave his backyard and his favorite place to shoot.

The Line

Alpinist and Nat Geo photographer Cory Richards prepares to tackle a new route on Everest. It dives deep into who Cory is and what led to him to setting this daring and dangerous goal for himself.

Lines to Hawaii

Preparing for a ROAM ocean epic, pro snowboarder Travis Rice and pro big wave surfer Ian Walsh kick off their surfing and sailing adventure upon Falcor. The journey will carry the crew across 2,500 nautical miles from Tahiti to Hawaii along the chain of the Line Islands.

Avani Nuna

Roam into the mountainous terrain of Greenland with ROAM Founding Member Jimmy Chin and ski-mountaineer Kit DesLauriers, as they scour the remote wilderness for the perfect lines.

ROAM Presents

Sometime Thereafter

How do we remember an experience? What do we glean from a journey? Personal growth is at the heart of adventure, but the lessons we learn and the memories we make differ between each individual.

Homewater

The Coeur d’Alene River carves through the valleys of the Idaho Panhandle and is home to a thriving ecosystem of Westslope Cutthroat Trout. For anglers Cameron Hotchkiss, Patrick Lipsker, and Elliott Lamp, fly fishing in Idaho’s northern reaches affords seclusion, time to reflect on self and an opportunity to carry on a shared passion – fly fishing.

On the Edge

The goal of On The Edge: Lewis Pugh was to show the lengths to which this incredible man goes to bring the world’s attention to his biggest passion, our planet’s oceans. Lewis is the real deal, no show-boating, no stunts, he is ‘just’ a normal human being that pushes his body right to the edge by using the power of his mind.

Electric Greg

Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete, Greg Hill, has never shied away from a goal. Two years ago he set out to climb 100 peaks without burning any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?

Out On A Limb

Kai’s story explores his unlikely alliance with Arc’teryx athlete, Craig DeMartino, from which the pair serve up a holy grail for adaptive rock climbers – a badass prosthetic foot, that won’t just level the playing field, but will dish up, if not superpowers, then a real sense of empowerment. Which is almost the same thing.

The Redstone Pack

What began as an impromptu leap into the world of dog sledding, Aaron Natoniewski’s methodical approach to the sport an

Bierstadt - Bierstadt

Join Bearcam as he tries, for the first time ever, the Bierstadt – Bierstadt Linkup – the most cutting-edge mountain triathlon this side of Mt. Evans! Drive to Mt. Evans. Hike to Bierstadt V10 and send it. Hike out, get on your bike. Ride up Mt. Evans Summit Road, hike the Sawtooth Ridge Traverse (3.5 miles) until the summit of Mt. Bierstadt 14,065′. Hike back.

The Legend of Rafael

After a devastating breakup, Rafael finds restoration on the open road, pedaling his way to emotional health from Mexico City to northern Colorado. He then starts a revolution to help the underprivileged members of his new neighborhood the best way he knows how—repairing their bicycles.

River Surfer

There are a few moments in life that time completely stops – catching big air on skis, Outkast in concert, sending your first 5.11, and maybe your first kiss, depending on how things played out. These moments are universal; everyone feels them. And, at the top of the list, is catching the perfect wave.

Indo Dream Drift

3 weeks of not wearing shoes, 8,617 miles away from home, that’s how far this group of amazing women came to surf. Join the adventure as they surf their way across Indonesia all while volunteering their time and energy with Bye Bye Plastic Bags to combat plastic pollution.

Brighter Night

Follow along as Jordan Halland takes us to the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska, with elite local climbers Alan Gordon and Jamie Pierce for a magical experience of colorful ice climbing. Jordan and the camera crew light up the crystal clear glaciers with colorful LED lights for Alan and Jamie’s night climbs.

Kamchatsky Chronicles

On any expedition, it’s probably a good idea to have your interpreter arrive in the first wave of team members. That would make tasks such as navigating the bus system, asking locals about grizzly bear dangers and buying bulk food items at the open air market slightly more efficient and less like a game of charades. But why would we want that?

Surfing

River Surfer

There are a few moments in life that time completely stops – catching big air on skis, Outkast in concert, sending your first 5.11, and maybe your first kiss, depending on how things played out. These moments are universal; everyone feels them. At the top of the list, is catching the perfect wave.

Four-Winter 2019/2020

Join Ian Walsh through an entire season of big wave surfing! Landing at iconic locations, Jaws, Nazaré, Waimea, and Mavericks. A few bumps, bruises, and some blood but all well worth pushing yourself. Stoked to be in the mix for the @wsl’s Big Wave Awards Best Overall Performance category!

Longboarding Mexico

Did you know the first surfboards were carved from a single tree and reached up to 18 feet long? See how today’s longboarders celebrate surfing’s fun-loving, soulful spirit at the annual Mexi Log Fest in La Saladita, Mexico.

Lines to Hawaii - Ep:1

Preparing for a ROAM ocean epic, pro snowboarder Travis Rice and pro big wave surfer Ian Walsh kick off their surfing and sailing adventure upon Falcor. The journey will carry the crew across 2,500 nautical miles, adventuring across the Pacific Ocean from Tahiti to Hawaii along the remarkable chain of the Line Islands.

ROAM Award Video Winners 2019

Earth Islander

"This short film shares my purpose as both an environmentalist and an islander... I hope this film inspires audiences to become better stewards of our cosmic little island in this galactic sea of stars."

The Sound of Skatebaording

A short film with legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk which uses sounds created by the skateboard itself, or by noises associated with its use.

Enock

For a paraplegic climber, Enock Glidden, the strength to do 3,000 pull-ups was not enough to climb El Capitan; he needed the power of the climbing community dedicated to making his dream a reality.

Discover your Backyard

Sometimes you don’t have the time, money or opportunity to travel great distances for your next adventure. So why not discover a bit closer to home?

Unbeknown

A short poetic tale of adventure, travel, and human connection we make along the way.

ROAM Founders

Unnur

Elli Thor is an Icelandic photographer, surfer, and former kayaker. A decade ago Elli nearly drowned under a waterfall while kayaking a challenging Icelandic river. The near death experience became a catalyst for personal growth and his professional career. After walking away from kayaking, a newfound passion for surfing and the birth of his daughter Unnur gave him a new perspective worth living for.

Climbing Madagascar

Climbers Sasha DiGiulian and Edu Marin went to Madagascar to attempt one of the world’s most challenging big-walls climbs. The route, Mora Mora, had only been climbed once before (by prolific climber Adam Ondra). If successful, Sasha would make the first female ascent.

Avani Nuna

ROAM into the mountainous terrain of Greenland with ROAM Founding Member Jimmy Chin and ski-mountaineer Kit DesLauriers, as they scour the remote wilderness for the perfect lines.

Ep. 7: Juliet & Kelly Starrett

ROAM founders Juliet & Kelly Starrett join the ROAM Podcast to discuss the foundation of a healthy lifestyle.

Epic Ridge in Japan

This never-ending spine line just keeps on giving. ROAM Founding Member Travis Rice finds his way through the “snowiest place on Earth,” the Japanese Alps.

Ep. 9: Keith Ladzinski - The Creative Perspective

Keith Ladzinski is a ROAM Founding Member and long-time friend and collaborator of co-host Cory Richards. His work as a contributing photographer at National Geographic is well-known and acknowledged by his peers as being technically masterful with a unique ability to convey emotion.

The Big One

Trading in the surfboard for a snowboard, Ian Walsh in “The Big One,” ROAM’s newest original. This world-class surfer joins badass snowboarders Nick Russell, Danny Davis, and Forrest Shearer to first, summit then shred down North America’s tallest peak, Denali.

The Line - Episode 1

Alpinist and Nat Geo photographer Cory Richards prepares to tackle a new route on Everest.

Crossing the Southern Ocean

Very few have sailed to Antarctica in this manner and nobody has ever succeeded in crossing the continent on a route as long or aggressive as Mike has planned.

Finding Meaning

Ep. 8: Griff Washburn Making Music & Living Simply

Goth Babe is Griff Washburn enjoying himself. Griff has seemed to have picked up on the brighter parts of life. Parting ways with social status and relevance, he’s discovered how wonderful living day by day is.

Ep. 13: Jimmy Chin - Finding Your Path

Joining the podcast from his home in Jackson, WY, Jimmy Chin sits down with CJ and Cory to discuss origins, family, loss, risk, community, creative inspirations, the need for wild places and how it is that he is able to make the people around him feel so good.

Ep. 14: Chase Jarvis - Creative Calling

Chase Jarvis is one of the most influential photographers and entrepreneurs in the world. He joined the podcast from his home in Seattle, WA and went deep with CJ and Cory on mindset, mastery, how to follow your own path.

Do Good Shit

Adventure with purpose. Create a better world. Do good shit.

Mind vs Mountain

In the Spring of 2019, Brent Seal is setting out to conquer the biggest test of all - the summit of Mount Everest.

Climbing

Speed Climbing

This guy runs up the world’s tallest peaks. At 29, Kilian Jornet is the most prolific mountain runner of his generation. He has won countless ultra trail races and holds speed records on peaks including Denali, Mont Blanc, and the Matterhorn. All this led him to one place: Everest. Watch his five-year quest on these peaks in his latest film, Summits of My Life.

Climbing Papsura

“It was bigger, steeper, scarier, and harder than I ever imagined,” says world-class ski mountaineer Hilaree Nelson of making the first ski descent of 21,165-foot Pasura, also known as the “Peak of Evil,” in the Indian Himalaya last May with Jim Morrison and Chris Figenshau. They dodged storms, slough slides, and extreme exposure to make history and achieve her 20-year dream.

Climbing Madagascar

Climbers Sasha DiGiulian and Edu Marin went to Madagascar to attempt one of the world’s most challenging big-walls climbs. The route, Mora Mora, had only been climbed once before (by prolific climber Adam Ondra). If successful, Sasha would make the first female ascent.

Yugen

Rafael Pease and crew set out on their globe trotting journey more than 3 years ago, hoping to bring environmental consciousness to the mountain culture as well as work with locals to voice solutions to environmental concerns.

Electric Greg

Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete, Greg Hill, set out to climb 100 peaks without burning any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?

Visual Storytelling

On the Edge - Lewis Pugh

A seasoned wildlife and environmental filmmaker, Michael Booth has produced films in over 60 countries over the past decade. Michael's work has won awards in international film festivals.

Lines to Hawaii - Episode 1

Preparing for a ROAM ocean epic, pro snowboarder Travis Rice and pro big wave surfer Ian Walsh kick off their surfing and sailing adventure upon Falcor.

Homewater

For anglers Cameron Hotchkiss, Patrick Lipsker, and Elliott Lamp, fly fishing in Idaho’s northern reaches affords seclusion, time to reflect on self and an opportunity to carry on a shared passion

Sometime Thereafter

Personal growth is at the heart of adventure, but the lessons we learn and the memories we make differ between each individual.

Electric Greg

Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete, Greg Hill, set out to climb 100 peaks without burning any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?

Thrilling

Walking Through the Clouds

How would you like to walk through a cloud on a highline a mile above the ground? For Ryan Robinson and his team, it took four years of research, planning, setbacks, and one failed attempt to cross a thousand-foot highline rigged to Dedo de Deus, or Finger of God, in Brazil’s Serra dos Órgãos National Park.

Frozen Mind

The steep and treacherous terrain of Chamonix has allured generation after generation of high-alpine athletes, and most recently Victor De Le Rue could not resist the calling. Teamed up with close friend and skier Pierre Hourticq, De Le Rue pushes big mountain riding to the extreme and has a dang good time doing it.

Redbull Rampage

Join ROAM in witnessing one of the most exciting events in Action Sport, the Redbull Rampage

Speed Climbing

This guy runs up the world’s tallest peaks. At 29, Kilian Jornet is the most prolific mountain runner of his generation. He has won countless ultra trail races and holds speed records on peaks including Denali, Mont Blanc, and the Matterhorn. All this led him to one place: Everest. Watch his five-year quest on these peaks in his latest film, Summits of My Life.

Mount Shasta

The volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest are the biggest, cleanest lines in the U.S. that are the easiest to get in good, safe conditions. This is why I put my snowboard boots on in the summer." Here Jeremy Jones tells us about "volcano season."

Into Twin Galaxies

To explore otherworldly ice rivers seen only on Google Earth, Sarah Mcnair-Landry, Erik Boomer, and Ben Stookesberry combined kite-skiing and kayaking to navigate the remote Greenland over 46 days. They harnessed powerful winds to move 600 miles across the ice sheet, then traversed frigid waterfalls and rapids, deep canyons, and thin ice bridges to make a truly exploratory first descent.

Epic Ridge in Japan

This never-ending spine line just keeps on giving. ROAM Founding Member Travis Rice finds his way through the “snowiest place on Earth,” the Japanese Alps.

Winter Sports

King Kong Pillows

“I find with persistence and an open mind every ounce of years I am lucky enough to get a shot at this line! A myriad of variables had to come back to this beauty. It was a team effort and lines like that." - Travis Rice

Mount Shasta

The volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest are the biggest, cleanest lines in the U.S. that are the easiest to get in good, safe conditions. This is why I put my snowboard boots on in the summer." Here Jeremy Jones tells us about "volcano season."

Skiing America's National Parks

It’s hard to beat skiing untouched pow in some of the most pristine wilderness in the country. These skiers explored our parks and public lands like never before, climbing and skiing some 30,000 vertical feet in untouched backcountry.

Epic Ridge in Japan

This never-ending spine line just keeps on giving. ROAM Founding Member Travis Rice finds his way through the “snowiest place on Earth,” the Japanese Alps.

Jeremy Jones Designs Surf-Inspired Snowboard

What if you could glide over snow with the same fluidity as surfing a wave? Inspired by his roots as a surfer, legendary snowboarder and ROAM Founding Contributor Jeremy Jones set out to design a snowboard that would allow him to experience the effortless glide of riding waves while cruising pow.

The Big One

Trading in the surfboard for a snowboard, Ian Walsh in “The Big One,” ROAM’s newest original.

Biking

Redbull Rampage

Join ROAM in witnessing one of the most exciting events in Action Sport, the Redbull Rampage

The Legend of Rafael

A story about the power of two wheels and a community built through bicycling.

Bierstadt - Bierstadt

Join Bearcam as he tries, for the first time ever, the Bierstadt - Bierstadt Linkup. What's that? The most cutting-edge mountain triathlon this side of Mt. Evans!

Bears Ears

The “Queen of Pain,” as Rebecca Rusch is known for her relentless commitment to lung and quad-busting feats, has been a pioneer of mountain biking and endurance racing for two decades.

Sometime Thereafter

How do we remember an experience? What do we glean from a journey?

Mike Horn

Sailing to 85 Degrees North

Explorers Mike Horn and Børge Ousland sailed into the Arctic Ocean farther North than any non-icebreaking vessel in history.

Ep. 5 Mike Horn: An Explorer's View on Fear and the Unknown

In this episode, Cory and CJ have a conversation with Explorer Mike Horn, who has recently completed his three-year-long Pole 2 Pole Expedition.

Crossing Antarctica

Mike Horn set out to cross Antarctica alone with rescue not being an option.

Crossing the Southern Ocean

Very few have sailed to Antarctica in this manner and nobody has ever succeeded in crossing the continent on a route as long or aggressive as Mike has planned.

Kayaking

BOUNDLESS: Ep. 2

“It’s gnarly, it’s fast, it’s scary but, it goes!” - Rafa Ortiz

Into Twin Galaxies

To explore otherworldly ice rivers seen only on Google Earth, the crew combined kite-skiing and kayaking to navigate the remote Greenland over 46 days.

Kayak & Climb Indonesia

Pro climber Sasha DiGiulian and writer/photographer Chris Brinlee Jr. used sea kayaks to explore and develop climbing on different islands of Indonesia

Urban Whitewater

Kayaker Rafa Oritz savors some of the best whitewater in the nation just 15 miles outside of Washington, D.C.

Bishop River

A narrow gorge locked in by 2,500-foot walls, forests too dense to scout, a lost kayak, food shortages.

Podcasts

Ep. 22 Vasu Sojitra

Ep. 21: Pattie Gonia

Ep. 20: Dr. Shirley Whitaker & Taylor Rees

Ep. 19: Andy Mann

Ep. 18: Sasha DiGiulian

Ep. 17: Rebecca Rusch

Ep. 16: Hilaree Nelson

Ep. 15: Jody MacDonald

Ep. 14: Chase Jarvis

Ep. 13: Jimmy Chin

Ep. 12: Julian Carr

Ep. 11: Aaron Huey

Ep. 10: Conrad Anker

Ep. 9: Keith Ladzinski

Ep. 8: Griff Washburn

Ep. 7: Juliet & Kelly Starrett

Ep. 6: Cory Smith

Ep. 5: Mike Horn

Ep. 4: David Quammen

Ep. 3: Cory Richards

Ep. 2: Chris Burkard

Ep. 1: Steven Kotler