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From Akaskan climbing epics through to, erm, other stuff - you won't believe what happens next… sort of.

The Citadel - Trailer

Alastair Lee is back with his new film due out in October following top Brits Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey to Aslaska where they tackle an immense unclimbed ridge on a remote 3000m peak called… fanfare THE CITADEL. Lee's promising another raising of the bar in the mountain ...  Continue reading

Lee's latest mountain epic follows a pair of climbers on one of Alaska's toughest peaks.

Al Lee's Citadel Film Trailer Released! - Video

Behold, the trailer for top mountain film maker Alastair Lee's latest release The Citadel, which is due out this October where it'll form the centrepiece of the all new 2015 Brit Rock Film Tour along with two shorter films.

The main event - see the ...  Continue reading

A selection of outdoors videos including Chris Eubank in a YHA, yes, it's finally happened.

Youth Hostelling with Chris Eubank

18 years after Alan Partridge pitched the idea to a TV exec, YHA and Hostelworld has gone and made a 55 second trailer starring none other than the former WBO Middleweight World Champion himself, and it’s taking Twittersphere by storm. It's a brilliantly funny watch and concept ...  Continue reading

A look back at this year's Tromsø Skyrunning race in Northern Norway.

Skyrunning in Norway - Video

With the Glen Coe Skyline race kicking off this weekend, we thought to whet your appetite with a short video documenting the recent Tromsø Skyrunning race in Northern Norway.

Friday 31st July saw 200 runners climb Store Blåmann mountain for a vertical kilometer from ...  Continue reading

Two fascinating videos based on the new film Meru, the story of one of the hardest climbs ever.

Meru Film Trailer - Video

This is the official trailer for the new film Meru, which features American climbers Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin and Renan Ozturk returning to tackle the Shark's Fin in northern India after turning back just 100m below the summit on their first attempt on the mountain in 2008.

The ...  Continue reading

Columbia's new OutDry Extreme Jacket touches down in a blur of rubbery sou'wester styling.

The World's Most Comfortable Waterproof Jacket?

Out in the badlands of show hall Germany, Columbia re-invented the waterproof jacket again. No surprise there, people are always reinventing waterproof jackets, it's what outdoor brands do when they bored of changing colour schemes. From the original Gore-Tex to Polartec NeoShell with a quick detour ...  Continue reading

Selection of outdoor videos from fell running record attempts to the world's deadliest hikes.

Wainwrights Record Attempt - The Glorious Ending

Last year, after six and a half days of almost non-stop hiking/running Steve Birkinshaw claimws the final six Wainwright summits to complete the set of 214 and return to an ecstatic welcome in Keswick town centre. After an emotional ride Steve was met with a ...  Continue reading

Key dates of mankind's feats of human endurance and ingenuity on the world's tallest peak.

Timeline Of Climbing Everest On BBC Website

Lots has been written and dramatised about mankind's attempts to conquer the planet's highest peak, but maybe we just want a summary of the key dates?

Well, if you're one of those people then you're in luck as the BBC has created a timeline of the ...  Continue reading

Top outdoor videos including ultra marathon running, mountain biking and a Patagonia time lapse.

Wintour's Leap From The Air

Something a little bit different from regular OM video contributor David Linnet this month with what he calls 'An Eagle's eye view of Wintour's Leap'. Filmed using a drone, its an aerial view of the classic Wye Valley crag and it's stunner, in quite a mellow sort ...  Continue reading

A man and his somewhat worrying relationship with a GoPro cam in this year's Spine Race…

Journo Blogs On The 2015 Spine Race

If you've watched the Spine Race Film - see our review - you'll probably remember Damian Hall, the chirpy author of the Pennine Way guidebook who forms one of the main connective threads of the film, which follows competitors as they run, walk and ...  Continue reading

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