We’ve curated a special collection of adventures and experiences from around the world to inspire you as you #FindYourselfOutside
A day in the desert of the Southwest with alpine climbing guide Angela Hawse reminds us that sometimes the greatest adventures take place within ourselves. There’s no question that it requires courage to scale rock faces and climb the world's highest peaks, but Angela reminds us that honoring and celebrating who we are is one of the most daring things that can be done.
Where do you go to find out who you really are and what you're really capable of? In a moment of respite, Eddie Bauer One Outside leader Perry Cohen reminds us that trust, wonder, and courage connect us back to our true selves, and that nature creates spaces of infinite possibility for us. Are you ready to live the life you imagined?
Eddie Bauer’s One Outside Leader, Ron Griswell shares how powerful the outdoors has been in unlocking his freedom, helping him conquer his personal fears, and empowering him to become a mentor to others in his community.
VR Guided Alpine Climbing with Carla Perez and Esteban “Topo” Mena
Now you can climb an 18,000-foot volcano without leaving home. Join our Eddie Bauer alpine guides on an unforgettable VR journey as they lead you to the summit of Ecuador’s Antisana. Enjoy these amazing 360-degree sights and sounds from half a world away, then look inward and answer this question, “How do you find yourself outside?
The World's Most Dangerous Mountain
Eddie Bauer mountain guides Adrian Ballinger and Carla Perez attempt to summit the "Savage Mountain" and join a community of explorers fewer in number than those who have been to outer space. Even more incredible, they'll both attempt the feat without the use of supplemental oxygen. This is the story of their harrowing journey.
Over 4 states and 3000 miles later, our #EBContributors, @scott_kranz, @nickrlake, and @viktorianorth are back after 10 days of adventure on the Eddie Bauer Summer Road Trip, #EBOnTheRoad! Along the way from Colorado to the Washington they had a few laughs, experienced everything that makes the American West the iconic place that it is, and became the closest of friends.
Hiking In Switzerland
Big wall rock climber Katie Lambert usually only goes hiking to get to the base of a wall – but not this time. She joined fellow Eddie Bauer guide Caroline George in her home country of Switzerland to go on one of the most stunning and picturesque hikes in the world. And maybe they'll find some walls to traverse along the way.
Expedition In The Dolomites
The Dolomites are nature at its most spectacular. Legendary pitches. Epic steeps. Vertical ice. In other words, your typical office environment for Eddie Bauer athletes Caroline George, Drew Tabke, and Ben Ditto. The trio converged here in 2018 to share their passion for elevation. Each ready to lead, follow, teach, learn and, always, to push their limits.
Lexi DuPont & Drew Tabke Search for a Return to Normalcy and Ski Lines in the North Cascades
Amidst COVID-19 and the uncertainty of the ski season, Eddie Bauer ski athlete and pilot-in-training Lexi DuPont flew a reconnaissance mission over the Cascade Mountains of Washington with Ski Athlete, Drew Tabke. As they explored the mountain range, they discussed how setting goals and getting outside are bringing some “normalcy” and a positive mindset back into their lives.
Perspectives in Peru
Eddie Bauer athlete and professional whitewater expedition kayaker Chris Korbulic arrives in Peru for an adventure that takes him away from paddling rivers and into the High Andes mountains.
Perspectives in Morocco
Eddie Bauer adventure travel guide and National Geographic photographer Trevor Frost tours Morocco on a journey to capture the images and horizons of one of the world's most fascinating places.
Eddie Bauer adventure travel guide Trevor Frost travels to Morocco with contributors Tally Gunstone and Viktoria Wakfield. Their journey takes them across dunes and deserts and into the heart of an ancient city.
On July 25th, 2017, after a 12-hour summit push, Kirstie Ennis became the first female US veteran above the knee amputee to summit Carstensz Pyramid – one of the Seven Summits. This is the story of her incredible journey.
Climbing in the Alps
In 2016 Eddie Bauer athlete Katie Lambert came across an image of Heinz Zak climbing a beautiful line of alpine limestone titled, “Locker vom Hocker.” Her interest was piqued and she knew she and her husband Ben Ditto had to climb it. Several months later they ventured into Bavaria and what they found was the stuff legends are made of.
Climbing in Norway
Climbing in Norway in mid-summer is a reminder that this a special place. With endless daylight and a seemingly never-ending tick list of climbs to top out on, Eddie Bauer guide Caroline George alongside climber Katie Lambert reunite to find joy in the high places, satisfaction in the crisp rock, and beauty in the towers that ring Lofoten.