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Roark Revivalist Welcomes Revivalist Manu Dominguez

Roark Revivalist Welcomes Revivalist Manu Dominguez

From his home in Bariloche, somewhere between the DIY skate features, eclectic trinkets and lush garden overlooking the lake, we caught up with Manu before our journey into the mountains.
February 14, 2019
Alex Andrews "Off the Frey"

Alex Andrews "Off the Frey"

Plug “froth” or “stoke” or “psyched” into a Google Search and the mug of the perpetually positive pro snowboarder from Utah, Alex Andrews, should pop up. With a smile that no hail storm could scrub off his face, the “Froth God” reminisces about the recent trip to Patagonia.
The Forgotten Archipelago

The Forgotten Archipelago

The allure of trading a barrel of crude oil and a 12-pack of Budweiser was too great to avoid access to a forgotten Archipelago in the Falkland Islands. Pioneering slabs amongst penguins and an ever present darkness not far from the edge of the Earth left the revivalists awoke in a fit of obsession.

An interview with Roark's intrepid lensman Dylan Gordon

An interview with Roark's intrepid lensman Dylan Gordon

Our go-to documentarian adventurist speaks about seizing moments in remote places.
November 19, 2018
How to Build A Bush Sauna

How to Build A Bush Sauna

What could be better than a DIY sauna while your miles away from civilization deep in the mountains of Patagonia? This is how myself and the Roark family came up with a way to stay warm aside from a fire.

THE HIGH ART OF ARGENTINE GRILLING

THE HIGH ART OF ARGENTINE GRILLING

The broad, windswept vistas and fertile pampas of Argentina are both stunningly beautiful and ideally designed for nurturing Argentina’s culinary obsession: beef. Grilled beef to be exact. According to Francis Mallman, Argentina’s wild-haired culinary visionary and self-appointed spokesman, “grilling in Argentina isn’t just about the food. It is a ritual and a ceremony.”
October 24, 2018
Boys on the Backs of Beasts by Jeff Johnson

Boys on the Backs of Beasts by Jeff Johnson

The morning is cloudy with a cold bite in the air. Andres Kempel, a big-game hunting and fishing guide, has arrived. He is quiet and confident, old-school. We watch from the other side of the fence as he tosses saddles around effortlessly, balancing a smoke in his mouth. Little by little we wander towards him, gravitating to his energy. He smiles crookedly and shakes our hands. One thing is clear: Andres is a man amongst boys. Roark has a rival.