mountains

food news

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.
Jelisa Castrodale
5 days ago
Film

The Filmmaker Literally Taking Us to the Top of the World

Director Jennifer Peedom makes films about mountains and the people foolish enough to climb them. We caught up with her ahead of the release of her new documentary "Mountain."
Sirin Kale
12.15.17
Bad Decisions

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.
Alexander Katritsis
6.22.17
Impact Climate

Get Your Ass to These 5 Pristine National Parks While You Still Can

Climate change will eventually make the National Park System go bye-bye.
Katelyn Harrop
6.8.17
Noisey News

Kanye West Goes Full Bon Iver, Is Camping at the Top of a Mountain

Are you adequately prepared for Kanye's country comeback album?
Phil Witmer
5.9.17
Botanical Art

A Massive Bonsai Tree Brings "A New Stage of Beauty" to the Top of a Mountain

An intrepid bonsai climbs a snowy mountain in botanical artist Azuma Makoto's latest surreal installation.
Beckett Mufson
3.22.17
climate change

Not Even Bacteria Are Safe from Climate Change

They’re a canary in a coal mine for greater damage.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
12.23.16
free play

Chill Out on a Voxel Mountain in 'Your Personal Archipel'

In times like these, we all need a little mountainous retreat.
Jack de Quidt
11.16.16
Stuff

Some Guys in Alaska Want to Train Wolverines to Rescue Avalanche Survivors

It's a wild search-and-rescue dream that could become a reality as early as winter 2017.
Sarah Berman
4.28.16
Holy Shit

DJ Shadow Returns with the Rolling, Meditative "The Mountain Will Fall"

'The Mountain Will Fall' is out June 24 on Mass Appeal.
Craig Jenkins
4.7.16
Sports

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.
VICE Sports
1.28.16
The Artist

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.
Anna Haifisch
12.3.15
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