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Why the ‘Selfie of the Year’ Might Do Wonders for Endangered Gorillas

The latest selfie breaking the internet is garnering great support for an anti-poaching group in Congo.
Shamani Joshi

Why Climbing Mt Everest Gives People Weird Boners

We spoke to a mountaineer about the effect high altitude has on blood pressure... and dicks.
Laura Roscioli
Mark Carter

Herding Cattle and Shredding Powder in Carter Country (Trailer)

Herding Cattle and Shredding Powder in Carter Country (Trailer)
VICE Sports
Jimmy Chin

What It's Like to Survive an Avalanche with Jimmy Chin

On April 1st, 2011, Jimmy Chin was caught in an avalanche in the Teton Range in Wyoming. We animated his story of survival as he was caught in a slide that brought him to the edge of death and back.
VICE Sports

Meet the Adventuring Psychics Exploring Iceland's Mountains in Search of the Holy Grail

Apparently there's a bit in Dante's "Inferno" that says the Holy Grail is in a chamber inside a mountain. So these guys are heading off to look for it.
Nick Chester

The Story of Dakota Joe, a Jailbird on the Appalachian Trail

Dakota Joe’s life was a mess of crime and addiction until, following a stint in prison that got him sober, Joe decided to do what he wanted to since he was a little kid: hike the Appalachian Trail.
Dan Schneider
VICE vs Video games

Your New Favourite 'Game' Isn't Really a Game at All

I spoke to the creator of Mountain, a confusing – and incredibly addictive – app-cum-art-piece.
Mike Diver

Afghanistan's Great Wall of Bones

The wall’s creation story is a dark one. King Zamburak in the sixth century was said to have been a brutal monarch, forcing all his male subjects to work on the wall, which runs along the Sher Darwaza mountains. Those who refused were said to have been...
Kevin Sites