mountain sports

Tarin climbing a rock face at RockWire Mt Buller
Rockwire Mt Buller

Rockwire Mt Buller

For those who love an adventure and want the thrill of rock climbing without the technical experience. via ferrata, or ‘iron way’ in Italian, or RockWire in Australia, is THE way.

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Chris panozzo with his bike looking out over Bright from Mystic mountain bike park with his bike
Chris Panozzo

Chris Panozzo

Coming from a tight knit Italian/Welsh family, Chris Panozzo is bred from quality racing stock. Growing up in Mount Beauty with cousins Adam, Joel and Liam, Chris’s parents would take older cousins Adam and Joel downhill racing. Chris and Liam raced BMX around the state until ...

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A rider riding a bike on a gravel road in Bright
The Dirt on Bright – Gravel Riding

The Dirt on Bright – Gravel Riding

“Do you know a nice easy gravel ride in Bright?” is a question I get all the time. The response is always the same - “there are none”. Bright is in a bowl and the cost of just about any Bright gravel ride is at least 1000m of climbing. But we’re also incredibly lucky to have an abundance of ....

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Tom Costa skiing the Monterosa Ski Resort Side Country Stash
Monterosa: Amore Mio

Monterosa: Amore Mio

Embark on an unexpected journey at Monterosa Ski Resort during one of the most challenging snow seasons. Despite the less-than-ideal conditions, our first impressions of this hidden gem were awe-inspiring.

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A group of girls gather for a group photo.
Ladies Behind the Lens

Ladies Behind the Lens

Explore "Ladies Behind the Lens," a passion project led by Hannah Marshall. Witness the creativity of five talented women as they develop the skills to produce their own adventure, ski, and snowboard films. Join the movement to inspire more females to take the lead behind the lens in this spectacular adventure magazine feature.

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Allie Pepper climbing above the clouds
Allie Pepper – Above the Clouds

Allie Pepper – Above the Clouds

Allie Pepper is one of few Australian women to have climbed above 8,000m. She now plans to climb all 14 of the 8,000m mountains without the use of additional oxygen in two and a half years, the world’s fastest time. Inspiring people to live their best lives whilst climbing some of the most challenging and dangerous mountains in the world.

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