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"When I couldn’t travel anymore, and I could barely walk more than a few blocks without triggering symptoms, it unleashed a whole other dimension for me."
After being sidelined by a brain injury, photographer & filmmaker Jordan Manley reflects on getting back into the mountains and to his project, A Skier's Journey. Read it in 'Full Circle' below:

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"I had run out of both food and fuel, but thought that I had a chance of reaching the summit on the third morning..."

Off the plane and straight to the keyboard, Marc-Andre Leclerc recounts completing the first winter solo ascent of Torre Egger in Patagonia. Read it on The Bird:
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"When the Helicopter left us at basecamp we were left with bluebird skies and 12 days of food, fuel and beer. It was our mission to get as much climbing in as we could before returning to normal life..."

Jesse Huey and Maury Birdwell take on The Bugaboos. Read their story on The Bird:
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"This was an ambitious idea to say the least. Malcolm Watson and myself set out to run, hike, climb, and camp along one of the most beautiful stretches of road in Canada… all in a weekend."

Mission accomplished. Feast your eyes on what photographer Michael Overbeck found along the Icefields Parkway on The Bird:

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Six years ago photographer Jordan Manley began taking us on a journey around the world.

He started in Kashmir with skiers Chad Sayers and Tobin Seagel, and created the first episode of 'A Skier's Journey':
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"Seven mile approach. 5,000 feet of elevation gain. 200 meter static line. Radically hard rock climbing...This was the hardest climbing day of my life."

Jonathan Siegrist recounts his recent ascent of 'Direct Dunn Westbay' 5.14- V on Longs Peak. Read it on The Bird:
Words by Jonathan Siegrist. Photos by Cameron Maier and J-Star. My beaten body rests on a carpet of blissfully soft moss. Gradually I feel the dampness of the greenery soaking through the ass of my pants and the hood of my fleece, but I'm far too tired to care. When I crack open my eyelids I see ...
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"Who is Jordan Manley? He is a vanguard, an influencer, a person that others watch and take note of as he sets and resets the style of outdoor action photography."

Get to know the mastermind behind A Skier's Journey...
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A Skier's Journey. A film series exploring the edge of skiing, where it exists and why.

In the fourth and final season, filmmaker Jordan Manley follows skier's Chad Sayers and Forrest Coots through Iran, China and back home to British Columbia.

Check out the trailer below and see more at www.askiersjourney.com...
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I was a HUGE fan of your earlier ones (especially Iceland and Baffin Island). I'll admit, it did influence my now-very-Arc'teryx kit for my Iceland travels. Really looking forward to more of these. The cinematography and overall feel of the old ones was outstanding.
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“Life out here teaches you to relax a little bit,” he said as we flew back. “I used to get frustrated, but I’ve learned to go with the flow.”

Photographer Ben Weiland ventured to Canada's Northwest edge to document the remote life of legendary bush pilot Ted Grant. See what he found on The Bird:
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Take a trip through Revelstoke, BC. A town filled with powder, peaks and good people.

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"I definitely don't want to die in the mountains. At the same time I feel the need to push myself many times. I'm proud of how far we pushed it on this expedition and came back healthy with our skills and smart decisions."

Read Luka Lindič's story of taking on the 7925 m peak, Gasherbrum IV:
Words by Luka Lindič. Photos by Aleš Česen. It can be the beauty of the mountain or its difficulty that challenges you. Usually one of those characteristics ignites a spark in me that eventually transforms into an idea. Beauty and difficulty sometimes meet in a shape of an incredible mountain ...
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You've earned those calluses, cuts and taped fingers. Hours of time spent mastering a project, or days on a wall, or every afternoon after work.

Show us your end of season hands. The badge of dedication. ‪#‎CLIMBERHANDS‬
Climber Hands. Climbing is full of moments, some more exciting and others more strange. We are celebrating our #climberhands this month by looking back at a few of our favourite climbing pieces of the year. Start With The Mind. A Mental Approach To Training & Preparation.
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Introduction
Arc’teryx was founded in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 1991, where it maintains its Worldwide Head Office, design studios, and main manufacturing facilities.

Driven by innovation, Arc’teryx was founded to build better gear. We didn’t just focus on incremental advancements, but on radically improving the status quo. We began with climbing harnesses and then proceeded to tackle packs and apparel with the same single-minded obsession for creating the lightest, best performing, and highest quality products available. To realize our vision we’ve created groundbreaking new construction technology, developed paradigm-shifting designs and harnessed major fabric technology developments.

The resulting deluge of recognition, and mimicry, has cemented our reputation at the pinnacle of the outdoor world. Our designers strive not to better the competition, but to challenge assumptions about how outdoor products should be built. Their visionary thinking is fused with our proprietary construction processes and our unrivalled craftsmanship to create the best outdoor gear made. Regardless of product, by selecting our brand you're insured that your Arc’teryx product will be one of the most innovative and superbly crafted packs, harnesses or mountain apparel pieces available.

As the next season arrives, we continue to raise the bar for the industry by introducing superior advancements in fit and fabrics, and revising and developing new products. A concentrated mountain core quests for new horizons, and we work feverishly to supply innovative solutions. We refine, tailor and hone until revolutions emerge. Intrinsically linked with the future, we passionately stoke this evolution in action.
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