Snowboarder Travis Rice and Red Bull take on the slopes in the incredible new film The Fourth Phase. The epic shots that make up the film are just a few of the runs attempted by Travis and the crew. In this compilation, you can check out the snowboarders' fails, which are equally as epic. You can purchase The Fourth Phase on the film's website. View Now
A day in the mountains turned into a daylong rescue operation. Carter from Team Lacuna brought first-person view goggles and two remote-controlled airplanes out to Colorado mountains when one of his planes crashed. The plane landed on a peak approximately 13,000 feet in the air, so Carter had to return the next day to rescue the wrecked drone. View Now
Mountain biking is hard but when you add slippery snow into the mix you are bound to see some fails. You won't believe your eyes when you see all of these bicyclists come crashing down this snowy mountain in France. This incident was part of an extreme race and it looks like an avalanche of bicyclists.
Crank the A/C and fire up the good ole' smartphone because in seconds, you'll be enjoying your Antarctic kayaking expedition surrounded by icebergs.
This epic experience would've been science fiction only a few years ago but thanks to 360° video and Virtual Reality tech, this expensive and lengthy expedition is accessible in the palm of your hand. Best of all, with VR tech YOU'RE in control and can enjoy this icy kayak tour anyway you like!
If you thought that bike riding was just a fun leisurely sport, think again, because this extreme mountain bike course is literally named the Mountain of Hell. Competitors have to pedal over rocks, snow, and mud in this intense downhill race track that stretches over three days. Check out this helmet camera footage from one of the racer's point of view. View Now
Anyone familliar with horn sledging? How about snowkiting? Well you're about to be, as we've got some great clips of both. Brush up on horn sledge with here, and take a gander at what it takes to snowkite here. View Now
Because sometimes a birthday card just doesn't cut it for a woman who means everything to her man. The way this guy describes his wife is most definitely #relationshipgoals. Don't miss the grand finale! View Now
Armed with a thermal imaging camera, Oli Martin from BBC's Earth Unplugged, took off his shirt and braved the blistering cold of the Scottish highlands to show just how fast the human body loses heat when exposed to freezing tempatures. Science is cool, isn't it? View Now
Snowboarders take notes! Sloan may have just learned to walk, but this tiny Utah native is already hitting the famed slopes of Park City on a tiny snowboard.
And her parents, Zach and Katie, couldn't be more excited! View Now
This is the snowmobile to rule them all. It was taken for a ride down some beautiful mountains, and even after taking beating after beating after beating, the owner is still able to ride it home. See the whole adventure here. View Now
The sky is falling! OK chill Chicken Little... It wasn't quite the sky, but still dangerous. Defending champ Marcel Hirshcher was nearly hit by a crashing drone as he began his second run at the Madonna di Campiglio Slalom for the 2016 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. View Now
A group of four friends ended up with more adventure than they bargained for while skiing in Switzerland recently. One of the friends, Benjamin, fell into a hole covered by snow. The crevasse was extremely deep, and falling much deeper could have resulted in Benjamin's death. Luckily he was rescued and airlifted to safety. View Now
Riding around on a snowmobile s a lot of fun, but why not take it to the next level? A group of adrenaline junkies in Sweden experimented with ways to take snowmobiling into the air - and it looks like they did a pretty good job. View Now
Go Pro has changed the world of sports. What once was viewd from far off cameras is now available in first-person mode with action cameras. Pro skier Jesper Tjader's amazing skills look good on camera, but are simply breathtaking when viewed with up-close footage. View Now