Renowned photographer Art Wolfe has completed more than 50 books, including High Himalaya, but is probably best known for his PBS television series, Travels to the Edge. For this stunning gallery of Mount Everest, Wolfe traveled to both Nepal and Tibet to photograph the world's highest peak from both sides.
Join us in this ongoing series as GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world-wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge. For this gallery, Art shows us a glimpse of Bolivia’s rugged and remote Altiplano.
Join us in an ongoing series of photo galleries as GreatOutdoors.com tags along to showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world-wide expeditions as he films his PBS television series, Travels to the Edge.
Join us in this ongoing series as GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world-wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge. For this gallery, Art shows us a glimpse of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
For Deborah Harrington, the natural world is much more than a venue for adventure. Her images capture the moments when light and composition converge to give us a broader view, from the wings of a butterly to the subtleties of dawn light on a mountain range.
Adventurer and photographer Stefan Wackerhagen found a home in the arctic regions of the Yukon and Alaska. It is here in these northern climes where he finds the wildlife and extraordinary expanse of wilderness that fuels his photography. “The natural wilderness of Canada's Yukon Territory and Alaska offers extraordinary panoramas and unrivalled wildlife. As a photographer I’m drawn to the way its light shifts in incredible ways, and its seasons change fast. There’s no place like it.”
GreatOutdoors.com Everest correspondent Dave Hahn shares his images from previous expeditions, here showing the trek through the Khumbu district of Nepal on the way to Everest base camp.
Photographer Dave Schiefelbein finds inspiration in the changing moods of the backcountry, then works to caputre that moment.
Collaborating with a close group of talented riders and athletes--Mike Hattrup, Byron
Bagwell, Justin Kious, Andrew Hart, Marcel Dolak, Eli
Roberts--photographer Stephen Matera captures the fluid beauty and
gnarly drops of the Cascades' best backcountry and terrain parks.
Guest ranches, or dude ranches, have have a long tradition in Montana
Part of the thrill of being on Everest is the unsurpassed scenery.
GreatOutdoors.com editor Peter Potterfield shares photos he's taken while writing about backcountry adventures.
The work of adventure photographer Dave Schiefelbein.
A tribute from his brothers Lowell and Gordy and from his friends in the outdoors including Andrew McLean and Gary Brill. Includes a selection of captivating images by Carl Skoog.
The 2005 Banff Mountain Festivals wrapped up with a display of the winning images from the Banff Mountain Photography Competition.
Sea kayaking has been a life-long love affair for photo-journalist Joel Rogers. From Thailand to Istanbul, Alaska to Mexico, Roger's expedition photographs have captured the mystique of paddling through unknown waters to exquisite beaches, long ago abandoned settlements, and remote offshore islands.
From ice climbers in the Canadian Rockies, to the grizzly bears of Denali and the surreal landscapes of Patagonia, to the ruins of an ancient civilization in Cambodia-these are all the subjects of renowned photographer James Martin, one of the most wide-ranging of working professionals in North America.