Indigenous Women Outdoors prepares for an enduro race but they aren’t racing for themselves. They are thinking of the next seven generations coming after them.
Talon and Riki, two brothers from the Lil’wat Nation, decide to ski Ts’zil and set off to learn the skills they need to ride the mountain safely.
In the heart of British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, one Nation is reclaiming the power they held for millennia.
After learning to surf, 13-year-old Ava now uses her sport as a way to connect with the land, ocean, and her elders.
The Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Nation are using trail building and mountain biking as a way for their community to connect with nature and to share their culture with visitors.
Celebrating three locals who spread their love of Squamish climbing into the fabric of the broader community.
An intimate portrait of the inspiring Indigenous families that succeeded in protecting the remote Sacred Headwaters, known as the Klabona.
Rematriation explores scientific, cultural, economic and sociopolitical perspectives, as citizens fight to protect the last big trees in British Columbia from being felled.
Two women face down the biggest of enemies in the mountains—themselves—as they discover who they are (and who they want to be) on a rugged backcountry ski trip.
Skye Kolealani Razon-Olds founded Kanaka Climbers to bridge the connection between Indigenous members of the islands and modern sports’ culture and advocate for the protection of sacred spaces.