To celebrate their partnership with National Geographic, we take a dive into Rolex’s rich history of joining adventurers on their journeys into the unknown.
Eco activist Aniela Gottwald is working her way through the American wilderness to campaign for better environmental protection.
West London Meet is a monthly event where drivers can show off and stunt. Rather than an act of rebellion, it’s about self-expression and community.
Young Brits are facing an epidemic of anxiety, but the Outward Bound Trust is turning things around for teenage girls by getting them out in the wilderness.
Megan Hine is a survival expert who consults on TV shows like The Island. She may be the only woman in her field, says longtime friend Bear Grylls, but she’s stronger than 99% of the guys.
Baigalmaa Norjmaa is making a unique trip around the world. All that stands in her way is 12,000km, 14 massive countries and extreme weather conditions.
Globetrotting adventure man Foster Huntington films his pals surfing without boards, in a new promo that will make you wish you could fly.
A new generation of artists and explorers are turning away from over-stimulated and under-inspired urban lives to find a more fulfilling life outdoors.
Meet the modern-day explorers leaving the daily grind behind to experience the planet on four wheels.
Surf Odyssey editor Andrew Groves guides us through the uncharted sea of creativity that lives beyond mainstream surfing.
Pro surfers Keith, Dan and Chris Malloy would never have become the intrepid explorers they are today without their father leading them into the wild.
Kiwi skier Sam Smoothy’s late discovery that his father had been a prolific mountain climber sparked a journey of discovery which lead to some of South America’s most spectacular mountain ranges.