There are 282 mountains standing over 3,000ft in height across Scotland. Every time you climb one, you've 'bagged' a Munro... and some people are determined to conquer them all.
Taking a dip in the UK’s lakes, rivers and seas can have incredible benefits for both your mental and physical health.
How a penniless BMX club in South London went from being laughed at by rivals to producing some of the world’s best riders.
The Stopnik family have come to define an alternative image of Californian cool: bikers who surf, skate and know how to get the most out of life.
Jake100 is a daredevil on a bike with a rapidly growing following. For 18-year-old Jake O’Neill, this is no solo mission.
The bowl, which is located in the Selfridges store on Oxford Street, operates as a literal embodiment of skate’s entanglement with the fashion world.
The skater’s defiant approach to the industry hasn’t always made for the smoothest ride. But now her determination is paying off.
As a new film shares Skate Kitchen's story with the wider world, this supergroup is on a mission that feels much bigger than skateboarding.
After seeing a shortage of women in the outdoor industry, Jen Gurecki launched the only ski and snowboard gear made by women, for women.
In the coming months, the crew will visit 28 of Europe’s top snow destinations, offering free repairs on busted gear and educating riders on how they can keep it in optimum condition for as long as possible.
What it takes to be a superstar on the slopes – and the first ever woman to land a double in competition.
Across the world, women athletes are written off and shut out. But in the face of adversity, a new generation of rule-breakers – from skate, surf and beyond – are pushing for a revolution: transforming the way we think about sport.
This weekend, Amp Fiddler and Roy Davis Jr are heading to east London to celebrate the long-awaited second edition of The 108 Sessions.
In Lebanon, a small local football team is healing the rifts of a fractured community – uniting expats, outcasts and refugees from across the Middle East.
With her down-to-earth demeanour and freshly shorn crop, the Basque surfer is pioneering an image that champions wellbeing and self-expression.
In 1992, Taylor Steele made waves with Momentum – a 35-minute film about young surfers in Hawaii. Now, a new doc is exposing the whole story.
Festival Director Demi Taylor picks her highlights: from an epic exploration of cold-water surfing in Siberia, to Chas Smith’s celebration of surf icon Lisa Andersen.