Battered away on two previous attempts by perilous weather, our very own ad guru, Jimmy, tackles Mt Aspiring for the final time and discovers that three’s a charm.
Just because you didn’t grow up riding on the front of your grandfather’s Malibu, doesn’t mean it’s too late to learn.
High as a kite takes on a new meaning when you have a board strapped to your feet.
Your intro to canyoning, an activity for the thrill-junkie.
In preparing for his world first paddle by kayak to New Zealand, James Castrission visited Papua New Guinea – the land of a thousand tribes and cultures.
Louise Southerden keeps her carbon footprint small on one of the most eco-conscious places in Australia: Lord Howe Island.
Victoria Island beat them in 2005, but when Chris Bray and
Clark Carter returned to complete the historic crossing they were armed with new equipment and the knowledge that if at first you don’t succeed, there’s only one thing left to do.
James Castrission and Justin Jones were jammed together for 62 days on their world-first paddle from Australia to New Zealand. Somehow, their friendship thrived.