Conservationists Would Really Like People to Stop Throwing Banana Peels on the Ground
Banana peels don't "quickly disappear" at high altitudes; it can take years for a single peel to decompose.
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I Spent 24 Hours Stuck in a Hole on the Side of a Mountain
Alexander Katritsis thought climbing a mountain would help him deal with his grief. Instead, he fell down a slope and his problems only got worse.
Kanye West Goes Full Bon Iver, Is Camping at the Top of a Mountain
Are you adequately prepared for Kanye's country comeback album?
These Guys in Alaska Want to Use Wolverines to Find Avalanche Survivors
It's a wild search-and-rescue dream that could become a reality as early as winter 2017.
Herding Cattle and Shredding Powder in Carter Country (Full Length)
Pro Snowboarder Mark Carter leads a double life. In the offseason, he works on his family ranch in Ten Sleep, but once winter hits, the cattle come into pasture and Mark hits the road to Jackson to shred lines in the Tetons.
The Artist Hits Rock Bottom in This Week's Comic from Anna Haifisch
It's hard to find salvation in nature when you still hear voices.
VICE Exclusive: Listen to Mountains' New Trippy Kosmiche Track
After listening to it, I discovered a large glowing orb in my chest and realized that I suddenly knew how to do transcendental meditation.
The 'National Geographic' Photographer Who Likes His Phone More Than His Camera
An interview with Ivan Kashinsky about the joys of the camera phone.
Rural Pennsylvania's Survivalist Manhunt Saga Is Finally Over
America's fetish for militarized policing was on display during the frenetic search for Eric Frein, who disappeared after killing one cop and wounding another in September.
Trans Upper Egypt's New Track "Mountains" Will Make You Forget the Impending Doom of Winter
Stream the band from Rome's latest song, and then move to Italy and eat pizza with us.
Techno-Raving and Dead-Goat Polo at the Silk Road Festival
At the end of June, while a bunch of people were losing their minds <a href=http://noisey.vice.com/columns/pitchfork-2013>listening to music and stomping around Chicago</a>, I too was surrounded by good vibes and thousands of revelers glued to a sound...
Singing a Sad Song with Photographs
Bryan Schutmaat’s new photographic series, 'Grays the Mountain Sends,' depicts desolate regions and isolated communities of the western United States with a keen eye and a genuine spirit. Serious stuff, dudes.