Paraglider Gavin McClurg could not have picked a more rugged, burly goal to push the limits of his sport than this 500-mile traverse of the incredibly remote Alaska Range. Here in North America’s highest mountains, grizzly bears outnumber people, there are no trails, and everything is extreme. Watch what happened.

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One of the world’s most accomplished big-mountain skiers, Chris Davenport, ventures out to the remote edges of the Alaska Range in search of first ski descents. […]

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speed flying

In this interview with Gavis McClurg, he talks about his speed flying first descents after a recent trip to British Columbia, Canada. 7 days of heli-skiing […]

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Powder turns and epic lines in remote parts of Kamchtka, Russia. Watch the team attempt to climb and ski the highest active volcano in Eurasia. […]

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