During this time of self isolation and not being able to visit the mountains, we here at Arrabri Ski Club have found the best Top 200 short adventure films and they are all available for free streaming.

From desert treks to kayak expeditions, from Himalayan summits to the North Pole, this collection of 200 films, both classic and contemporary, offers something for everyone.

  1. Chasing the Sublime: What drives us to get too cold and too tired, to battle with fear, in the name of adventure? Follow Kate Rew and Kari Furre in this hauntingly beautiful look at cold water swimming in the UK.
  2. This Land: Faith E. Briggs used to run through the streets of Brooklyn every morning. Now she’s running 240km through three National Monuments that lie in the thick of the controversy around U.S. public lands.
  3. Full Moon: Closing lifts and the setting sun mark the end of the action for most skiers. But not for Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle. While ski towns sleep, they head into the mountains to see them in a new light.
  4. Wallmapu: The Pehuenche people of present-day Chile speak Mapudungun, which they call the language of the land. Two skiers enter this land, known as Wallmapu.
  5. The Ride: Follow Ebbie Hansen, a Montana cowgirl, as she chases her third National Skijoring Championship.
  6. For the Love of Mary: When 97-year-old runner George Etzweiler dons his lucky ancient green running shorts, he’s not just running to the summit of Mt. Washington, Etzweiler carries something else special with him: the memory of his late wife of 68 years.
  7. Escape: A Montreal-based DJ buys a bike on a whim and decides to attempt to beat the record for the longest continuous bike ride in a single country. What’s more, he’ll ride a single speed, fixed-gear bicycle and finish in Tuktoyaktuk in winter.
  8. How to Run 100 Miles: The odds were stacked against Jayson Sime early in life: poverty, homelessness, dyslexia. But he learned to fight. In 2017, he entered his first 100-mile mountain ultramarathon.
  9. Speak to Me Softly: An honest and intimate peek into the headspace of a climber having a not-so sendy day.
  10. The River’s Call: Follows seven kayakers through the deep canyons and challenging whitewater of the Rio Apurimac, the farthest source of the Amazon, in the heart of the Andes.
  11. The Pathan Project: [film available until at least April 15] An unexplored range in a remote valley of Pakistan, an unclimbed big wall, and a solid team of Belgian, French, and Argentinian climbers ready to combine exploration, music and humor.
  12. La Grave: With no ropes, no pistes and no one telling you where you can and can’t go, La Grave represents a very special type of freedom rarely found in other alpine ski areas.
  13. Uli Biaho: It is the year 2013, and immediately after their success of Torre Egger in the West, another project takes shape in the minds of Matteo Della Bordella and Luca Schiera: open a new route on Uli Biaho, an elegant 6,109m rock monolith in front of the famous Trango Towers, in the Karakorum. The narration comes directly from the protagonists, without voice-overs or external interviews.
  14. Cane Toads, an Unnatural History: National Geographic in accuracy but Monty Python in tone, this hilarious film documents the spread of an introduced toad across Australia and the eccentric people who react to its presence.
  15. 8,848 Everest: A full-length feature about Sergi Mingote’s 2001 climb.
  16. 72 Dias al Limite: The first stage of Sergi Mingote’s current 14×8,000’ers no-O2 project. In Catalan.
  17. Linea Continua: Hervé Barmasse opens a new route with his father. English subtitles.
  18. Eiger Solo: A documentary of the first British solo ascent of the Eiger North Face. Welsh mountaineer Eric Jones’ ultimate dream was to climb the notorious North Face of the Eiger, alone. The film skillfully blends expertly done reconstructions of the dramatic epics and tragic history of the Eiger North Face: the pioneering attempt by Sedlmeyer and Mehringer; the epic rescue of Tony Kurz; Harrer and Heckmair’s first ascent. The climax of the film recreates John Harlin’s 5,000 ft fall during the winter ascent of the Eiger Direct in 1966.
  19. Cumbre Italiano: Classic film of the first solo of Cerro Torre. In Italian.
  20. The Hard Way — Annapurna South Face: A documentary of the 1970 expedition featuring Chris Bonington, Martin Boysen, Mike Burke, Ian Clough, Nick Escourt, Tom Frost, Dougal Haston, Mike Thompson and Don Whillans.
  21. Expedition Antarctica: More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 1,000km across Antarctica with his son, Barney. Some geographical restrictions on streaming, so you may need a VPN.
  22. Børge Ousland: Breaking Records in the Arctic: The polar traveler shares his adventures exploring the North Pole by ski and circumnavigating the Arctic Ocean by sailboat in this talk for National Geographic.
  23. Messner: A biopic of the great Reinhold.
  24. Chris Bonington — The Everest Years: Documentary shown soon after Chris Bonington reached the summit of Mount Everest in 1985, after years of leading expeditions to some of the world’s highest mountains.
  25. Into the Empty Quarter: Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron set out on an expedition inspired by Wilfred Thesiger’s journeys through the Empty Quarter desert on the Arabian peninsula.
  26. Don Whillans’ Last Climb: Born and raised in a two-up, two-down house in Salford, Lancashire, Don Whillans climbed with both Joe Brown and Chris Bonington on many new routes, and was considered the technical equal of both. The colorful, hard-drinking Whillans was an apprentice plumber when he first started his climbing career in 1951.
  27. Alex Honnold in Wales: Alex Honnold goes to the Welsh slate quarries with climbers Hazel Findlay and Johnny Dawes.
  28. A Line Across the Sky: Just a long trailer, but still worth watching seven minutes of Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell on the Fitz Traverse in Patagonia.
  29. Jimmy Chin interviewed by David Roberts: Adventure photographer and filmmaker Jimmy Chin — who won an Oscar for his Free Solodocumentary of Alex Honnold’s climb of El Cap — speaks to veteran outdoor writer David Roberts.
  30. Wild Horses — The Silk Road Mountain Race: A look at the first year of the Silk Road Mountain Race, a brutal, long distance, self-supported bikepacking race that follows the original trading route.
  31. King of the Ride: The Rift launched their inaugural event last year in Hvolsöller, Iceland. Bringing the likes of cycling legend Tinker Juarez, long-time World Tour pro Christian Meier, Dirty Kanza champ Colin Strickland, stalwart motor Neil Shirley, and Ingvar Ómarsson, this first race was epic.
  32. Only the Essential: The story of a 4,294km thru-hike on America’s premiere long distance footpath, the Pacific Crest Trail.
  33. Chasing Wild: Three friends set off on a 400km bikepacking and packraft expedition through the heart of the sacred headwaters in northwestern British Columbia, birthplace of three critical salmon rivers, and home to the Tahltan people. In the wake of the devastating Mount Polley Mine disaster, the team’s goal is to understand what is at stake, as a wave of new mines are developed across this remote corner of the province.
  34. The Wolf’s LairExploring a 400km bikepacking route that winds through medieval castles, alpine scenarios and ancient italian villages in the Apennines mountains.Part of a series by two Italian buddies known as Montanus.
  35. Engaging The Curve: Graham and Shannon have been dating for five years and live together in Bend, OR. They’ve each had professional athletic careers in two very different sports: ultimate frisbee and alpine climbing. This is the story of how they share their respective sports with each other, and how the idea of learning to mountain bike was inspired by their community and environment.
  36. The Al Hajar Traverse: The plan was to bikepack across the Al Hajar Mountains in northern Oman. Things didn’t go as planned.
  37. Run Forever: Nicky Spinks is a beef farmer from Yorkshire and one of the UK’s best fell runners. This film looks at her record-breaking attempt of a double Bob Graham Round in the Lake District; a 212km route, with 16,500m of ascent, that only one person has completed in under 48 hours.
  38. Liv Along the Way: Since she first summited Mont Blanc as a teen, Liv Sansoz knew she would make her life in the mountains. She was twice crowned world champion in sport climbing, and eventually expanded her professional horizons to mixed climbing, ski mountaineering and BASE jumping. In 2017, Liv set out from her home in Chamonix, France to attempt to climb all 82 4,000m peaks in the European Alps in a single year.
  39. Trials of Miles: Beau Miles laces up for a different kind of world first, running 650km of the Australian Alpine Walking Track.
  40. A Long Day Out with Kilian Jornet: The greatest adventure might be hidden in your own backyard. Just outside your door you can put your shoes on and start running, and come back home when you’re tired. Join Kilian Jornet on a journey around the summits of his Norwegian home.
  41. Cape Wrath: Scotland’s epic ultra-running race winds through the beautiful lochs, glens and mountains of the Scottish Highlands.
  42. Kungsleden, the King’s Trail: In 2018, Emelie Forsberg went back to her homeland to attempt a Fastest Known Time (FKT) on the Kungsleden, a 450km hiking trail in Swedish Lapland that hikers usually cross in no less than 15 days. She completed the  distance in 4 days and 21 hours, beating the current FKT, held since 2017.
  43. Mountain of Storms: Decades before #vanlife, five friends piled into an Ford Econoline and set out from California for the south of Chile. They surfed, skied, slept in a snow cave for 31 days and capped off their six-month road trip with a first ascent of Cerro Fitz Roy. And they captured the whole thing on film to create this classic film.
  44. Artifishal: The Fight to Save Wild Salmon: A film about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores the wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms and our continued loss of faith in nature.
  45. Sir Edmund Hillary — The Race for Everest: A documentary on Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s ascent of Everest in 1953.
  46. K2 — Triumph and Tragedy: Chris Bonington and Jim Curran trace the history of K2 expeditions from 1903 to 1986.
  47. The Ogre: Doug Scott and fellow icon Chris Bonington made the first ascent of The Ogre (7,285m) in the Karakorum in 1977. Their climb extended the boundaries of what had been achieved before at that altitude. But their descent from the summit in the dark turned a catalogue of disasters that would have defeated most people. Instead, it became an epic which has since entered mountaineering folklore. It was another 24 years before The Ogre was climbed again.
  48. Mount Everest — Mallory and Irvine: Long before Mallory’s body turned up in 1990, filmmakers speculated on what happened to the famous pair.
  49. Antarctica — A Frozen History: An exploration of the famous Amundsen-Scott race to the South Pole, including both historical footage and re-enactments.
  50. The Race for the Poles: A nearly two-hour documentary about the chief rivals for both North and South Pole firsts: Cook and Peary, and Scott and Amundsen.
  51. Sherpas, the True Heroes of Mount Everest: One of the early films that focus on giving credit where credit was overdue.
  52. Across Labrador by Canoe: The first episode in a series by Justin Barbour about his attempted (and ultimately unsuccessful) 1,700km canoe journey across Labrador.
  53. The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition: The first motorized crossing of Antarctica, led by Vivian Fuchs in 1955-8. Edmund Hillary also took part.
  54. International Trans-Antarctica Expedition: A brief taste of Will Steger’s 1989-90 expedition across Antarctica — the last journey on the continent that was allowed to use dogs.
  55. Cascadia: This has nothing to do with exploration, but if you haven’t seen Danny MacAskill’s bike riding, well, you have to.
  56. Never be Nery — Freediving in Vouliagmeni: Lovely footage of a freediver off the Greek coast.
  57. William Winram, 145m Freediving World Record: The very odd process of a freediving world record.
  58. Jeb Corliss Flies Through Tianmen Cave:Well-known adrenaline junkie Corliss whizzes through a small crack in a cliff in China.
  59. The Terrifying art of Free Solo Slacklining: Another type of free soloing.
  60. Laura Dekker, Youngest Circumnavigator to Sail Alone Around the World: Dekker describes and shows footage from her controversial solo yacht voyage at age 15. It’s not often an adventure draws the attention of Child Services.


  1. Africa By Kayak — 2,000Km Around the Southern Tip of Africa: In 2007, Beau Miles attempted to paddle the 4,000km from one side of Africa to the other. Starting in Mozambique and continuing along the South African coast, he allowed five months to complete the voyage. His companion, crippled with sickness, eventually left the expedition. Beau paddled alone for six weeks, experiencing a nomadic, solo existence for the first time in his life. Battling huge surf, he completed 2,000km of his original plan.
  2. Silence: The world is filled with noise. Make room for silence. Runner Adam Campbell stars in a story without words.
  3. Natalie Panek — Wild Space: Rocket Scientist, Space Junk Crusader, backcountry and extra-terrestrial Leave No Trace advocate Natalie Panek uses her passion for space and genius for aerospace robotics to combat pollution in outer space.
  4. Baffin: In 2016, Brette Harrington and the late Marc-Andre Leclerc established two new routes up Great Sail Peak on Baffin Island.
  5. The Last Hill: Searching for an honest adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and snowboarders travel south from Reno, Nevada on bicycles loaded down with ski and camp gear.
  6. How to Run 100 Miles: A filmmaker who doesn’t take himself too seriously documents his first ultra.
  7. How the Two-Hour Marathon Limit Was Broken: A look at Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-two hour marathon. The event that put Nike Alphaflys into the public lexicon.
  8. Keeping the Inuit Way of Life Alive: Labrador’s Derrick Pottle explains the challenges of following Inuit traditions in a modern world.
  9. Solo Survival — How to Survive Alone in the Wilderness for a week: A survivalist goes into the U.S.’s northeastern woods with just a knife, to demonstrate how to live off the land.
  10. Kissed by God: A moving documentary of the life and untimely death of surf genius Andy Irons. Not usually streamable for free, but currently available. Watch this brilliant film while you can.
  11. A Nordic Skater: The very first film in the world about nordic skating –- a Scandinavian-style cross-country ice skating on frozen lakes and fiords.
  12. Chasing Monsters: Ever considered trying to photograph a storm with over 200kph winds? Nick Moir tracks America’s wildest tornadoes to capture the images of nightmares.
  13. Defiance: A short snowboarding documentary featuring three of the world’s best snowboarders riding some of the steepest terrain in Canada.
  14. Siblings: A short coming of age film that celebrates childhood and the relationship between siblings.
  15. Thabang: Thabang Madiba somehow found his way into the world of trail running, and in the last few years has become everyone’s favorite in the South African trail scene. He lives in Ga-Rankuwa township, without a mountain in sight…or a physio, chiro or dietician, for that matter. But through hard work, dedication and passion, he has won the South African Trail Running Championships multiple times and was the first black South African to represent the country in trail running.
  16. The Motivator: Filmmaker Aaron Hitchins turns his camera on the person who has motivated him to lead a life connected to the outdoors: his mother, Maureen.
  17. Life of Pie: When Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller moved to the tiny, conservative high desert town of Fruita, Colorado almost 20 years ago, it was not on the map as far as mountain biking was concerned, and they were on the fringe and a bit ostracized. Now they’re at the very heart and soul of the community.
  18. The Imaginary Line: In an act of political solidarity, a team from Mexico and the U.S. assemble with the sole purpose of establishing a slackline that crosses the border between them. In a world that is constantly tearing us apart, they come together to cross an imaginary line and tell a different story.
  19. A Day With Remi Angeli: A professional skydiver’s day, wordlessly/beautifully documented.
  20. Electric Greg: Record-breaking mountain endurance athlete Greg Hill has never shied away from a goal. Two years ago he changed his approach and set out to climb 100 peaks without burning any fossil fuels. But the question is: will it make a difference?
  21. Danny Daycare: The latest miracle biking moves of Danny MacAskill. No little folk were injured in the making of this film.
  22. Billder: The story of mountain bike trail builder Bill McLane as we find out what trails mean to him and how his work impacts his community.
  23. The 7 Stages Of Blank: Anticipation. Inspiration. Creativity. Perseverance. Experience. Exploration. And Satisfaction: Documenting the emotional progression through the seven stages of a ski season.
  24. Troll Wall: This tallest vertical rock face in Europe was never skied before Kilian Jornet gave it a go in 2018.
  25. Of Fells and Hills: Writer, photographer and trail runner Rickey Gates heads to the UK to explore the history, culture and legends of the ancient practice of fell running.
  26. The Wanderer: Pro skier and adventurer Kalen Thorien follows the path of the water from its source in Japan’s lush green mountains into the jungle-like valleys and ending at the sea.
  27. Trail Dog: In the small village of La Motte-d’Aveillans in southeastern France, Gaëtan Ugnon-Fleury and his dogs, Pépite and Jolyn, discover the beauty and happiness that can be found in the simplest of things — friendship.
  28. California to Hawaii by Kayak: A rare interview — on Johnny Carson’s old Tonightshow, no less — with Ed Gillet about his astonishing solo kayak in 1987 from Monterey to Maui. One of the greatest adventures of the last 50 years, never repeated.
  29. The Fifty: Cody Townsend has set out on an audacious goal to climb and ski all 50 lines chronicled in the book, The Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America.
  30. The Man Living in Complete Isolation for 40 Years: Since 1965, Faustino Barrientos has lived alone in Patagonia, in a house built from the remains of a shipwrecked fishing vessel. He lives mainly off the land and his livestock, and his nearest neighbors are 40km away.
  31. Surviving in the Siberian Wilderness for 70 Years: In 1936, a family of Russian Old Believers journeyed deep into Siberia’s vast taiga to escape persecution and protect their way of life. The Lykovs eventually settled in the Sayan Mountains, 240km from any other sign of civilization. In 1944, Agafia Lykov was born into this wilderness. Today, she is the last surviving Lykov, remaining steadfast in her seclusion.
  32. Kayak the Kwanza: In 2016, a two-man team completed the first ever source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola, using a folding Klepper kayak that they paddled and carried along the 1,300km journey.
  33. Storm Troopers: A party of French skiers tackle radical backcountry lines in Alaska.
  34. Broadback: The rivers that flow into the eastern shores of James Bay in Northern Quebec are massive. Three paddlers kayak the final 120 km of the Broadback River during spring flows on this seven-day wilderness expedition.
  35. Home Wild Home: A pair of Italian bikepackers, who usually film their exploits in remote regions like Patagonia, turn their cycling and filming skills to their home mountains.
  36. Climbing Everest at 22: Ever since he was a child, Teodor Glomnes Johansen of Norway dreamed of reaching the top of Mount Everest. At 22 years old, he set out to achieve that dream.
  37. Walking the World — Nordkapp to Kautokeino: A Swede and a New Zealander set out to walk from Norway to New Zealand. This first section of their trek takes them 335km from Nordkapp, Norway to their first resupply point.
  38. Oman Desert Canyon: A naturalist and TV adventurer plans to drop nearly 400m into the deepest canyon in Southern Arabia.
  39. We’ve All Got a Screw Loose: Nine strangers travel to Huaraz, Peru to face the biggest challenge of their lives, 6,100m Mt. Tocllaraju.
  40. One Breath Around the World: Lovely, lyrical footage of freediving explorations.

Here’s another 100 short films.

  1. Never Die Easy:At 76 years old, Dag is a living legend. Existing entirely off-the-grid and without the trappings of modern society, he is closer to freedom than most could ever imagine. If that isn’t enough, Dag dedicates his life to living out his greatest passion, training for a 125km Ultra-Marathon with which he holds the record for the oldest person ever to complete the race.
  2. Blood Road:Rebecca Rusch cycles thousands of kilometres along the Ho Chi Minh Trail through the jungles of Vietnam. The goal is to reach the site where her father, a U.S. Air Force pilot, was shot down in Laos more than 40 years earlier.
  3. Hilly Skiing:Is it possible to ski at least once a month in Scotland for a year, or even 10 years? This follows the story of one remarkable Scottish skier — Helen “Hilly” Rennie.
  4. Wild Legacy:Douglas Tompkins was a world-renowned adventurer, entrepreneur, conservationist and co-founder of The North Face and Esprit. Wild Legacy tells the story of Tompkins’ incredible life and his lasting impact on the wild landscapes of Patagonia.
  5. Stone Monkey:A seminal climbing film on one-of-a kind British climber Johnny Dawes, one of the top stone masters of the 1980s.
  6. Comrades of Chaos:An attempt to repeat the Russian route on the North Face of the Eiger in the winter of 2015. One member had never worn crampons before, and none of the team had ever met each other before.
  7. Alone On The Ice:Hear the gripping account of Australian Douglas Mawson’s harrowing solo trek across Antarctic ice, battling hunger, dire circumstances and deadly crevasses, as told by award-winning writer David Roberts.
  8. Land Shaped By Women:As pro snowboarders who’ve fought for gender parity in their sport, Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock spend a winter in Iceland, the UN’s number one-ranked nation for gender equality.
  9. Attack of La Nina:This film chronicles the snowiest North American winter in recent history and showcases the talents of today’s best skiers during this special year.
  10. Aconcagua:A self-shot and edited film detailing what it takes to climb and summit the highest peak in South America and the highest point in the world outside the Himalaya.
  11. Path Of Grey Owl:This film follows woodsman Ray Mears through the wilderness of Temagami, Canada as he explores the path of acclaimed author and conservationist Grey Owl (also known as Archibald Belaney).
  12. First repeat of Metanoia:First repeat of Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia on the Eiger North Face by Stephan Siegrist, Thomas Huber and Roger Schaeli.
  13. Alone:Set in the magnificent Siberian immensity, Sylvain Tesson, a writer and adventurer, spent six months alone on Lake Baikal, completely cut off from the outside world.
  14. Annapurna III – Unclimbed:David Lama, Hansjörg Auer and Alex Blümel attempt one of the world’s greatest, unsolved puzzles of alpinism: The unclimbed southeast ridge of Annapurna III.
  15. Aziza:Set in the streets of Bou Tharar and the wide, craggy valleys of the lower Atlas, this is the story of a young woman who has thrived in the world of ultra-racing.
  16. Face-to-Face:Lorenz Frutiger and Louis Laurent revisit the North Face of the Eiger in order to discover what makes it a great climb, to embrace its verticality pitch by pitch and to share the myth of the Eiger.
  17. Without a Partner:In 2016, Pete Whittaker became the first person to solo — all free — El Capitan in under 24 hours, finishing in 20 hours and 6 minutes.
  18. Inis Mór:Steve McClure teams up with Irish legend Ricky Bell for a mission to the wild island of Inis Mór, off the coast of Ireland. The sheer cliffs are famous for their unrelenting sport routes, but can they succeed in their trad climbing mission?
  19. Camel Finds Water:Trevor found the hull of an abandoned fishing boat in a field. He brought it home and built it back to a seaworthy state over the course of a summer. Then he took it on its maiden voyage to British Columbia in search of waves.
  20. We Live in The Arctic:An archival silent film on the lives of homesteaders in the Brooks Mountain Range of Alaska.
  21. Baffin Island:High in the Canadian Arctic, five skiers venture to the frozen fjords of eastern Baffin Island during spring time.
  22. The World Above:Ines Papert, Luka Lindic and Paul McSorley make a first ascent of Slanghoek, South Africa’s highest big wall.
  23. A Skier Knows:Henrik Windstedt and Matilda Rapaport take on mighty mountain faces of Alaska. An enchanting journey deep into the mind of a freeskier.
  24. Wrangelled:Four friends ventured into a remote section of Alaska to live on a glacier for two weeks, setting up base camp in the centre of untouched terrain.
  25. The Lost Valley:Where does a journey begin and end? Off grid in Patagonia, the stakes are high. Consequence and weather are constant travel companions on the way to sending La Vuelta de los Condores (5.11 A2).
  26. Between The Peaks:In 2013, three friends set off on an original adventure to climb two of the 7 Summits while volunteering in every country they passed while traveling between Argentina and Alaska.
  27. Mountain of Ice:A journey to the highest point in Antarctica conjures up images of the early days of polar exploration.
  28. Where Dreams Go To Die:Follow Canadian ultrarunner, Gary Robbins, during his two attempts at completing The Barkley Marathons.
  29. Everest 1984:A small Australian team headed to the north side of Everest, where they proceeded to prepare to ascend an unclimbed route on the north face in a lightweight alpine style, without either bottled oxygen or the help of high-altitude porters.
  30. Distance Between Dreams:A crew of top surfers attempts one of the world’s biggest waves: Jaws. Already formidable, the Hawaiian break’s been sent to new heights by El Niño.
  31. Bridwell’s Last:The last interview with the legendary American climber and alpinist Jim Bridwell.
  32. Life Is On Ice:Filmed a few weeks ago on a rare perfect day on Ben Nevis, Dave MacLeod reflects on what life in lockdown means for climbers, and looks forward to the day when we can return to the mountains.
  33. The Running Pastor:Sverri Steinholm grew up chasing sheep up and down the rugged, exposed slopes of the Faroe Islands. Today he is a pastor and a compulsive runner, finding solace and spiritual refuge from personal conflicts and the burdens of priesthood on the trails and roads of his homeland.
  34. Indian Face:A terrifyingly blank climb in North Wales that really put climber Johnny Dawes on the map.
  35. He Who Dares:Tony Streather was a British Army officer and mountaineer who was the first man to climb two peaks higher than 25,000 ft.
  36. Ogre New Route:Hayden Kennedy and Kyle Dempster describe their new route on the South Face of the Ogre in Pakistan.
  37. Road From Karakol:In 2011, Kyle Dempster took off on his bike across Kyrgyzstan with a couple of mostly accurate maps, a trailer full of climbing gear and a vocabulary of 10 Kyrgyz words.
  38. Tien Shan:Four skiers travel to the Tien Shan mountains and confront snow conditions that they have never seen before.
  39. Shelter:A tale of five adventurers back on the boards. Their passion: the most beautiful summits in the world and the freedom to ride them.
  40. Going In:Get up close and personal with MTB athletes as they experience the highs and lows of training, racing and living for the sport they love.
  41. Holy (Un) Holy River:5,500 Metres/2,500 Kilometres/500 Million people/One River — India’s Ganges.
  42. Ned Feehally:British climber Ned Feehally has consistently performed at a very high level within a number of different bouldering disciplines.
  43. Standing Man:After a fantastic season-opening win at the Landrun 100, Payson McElveen decided to tackle one of the most iconic records in American cycling: the White Rim MTB Trail.
  44. Turn Of Mind:Nicholas Wolken spends time in the Swiss mountains with his splitboard, good friends and an open mind.
  45. Sea Kayak Around Ireland:A 45-minute documentary that tells the story of two Irish kayakers who take on their dream journey of circumnavigating their country.
  46. Mont Blanc Trail Running:A small team of runners head to Chamonix, France to compete in some of the biggest mountain running events in the world.
  47. Stone Love:The story of five of Britain’s strongest climbers –- Malcolm Smith, Jerry Moffatt, Ben Moon, Richie Patterson, Andy Harris –- on a week-long trip to the granite bouldering mecca of Cresciano in Switzerland.
  48. Roadless:In 2019, Bryan Iguchi teamed up with fellow snowboarders Jeremy Jones and Travis Rice to explore an untamed part of Wyoming on a 10-day human-powered expedition.
  49. Slovak Direct:Nick Bullock and Andy Houseman make a rare ascent (6th overall) of the Slovak Direct on the nearly 3,000m South Face of 6194m Denali in Alaska.
  50. Way Of The Wild Card:Growing up on the banks of the White Nile, Sadat Kawawa quickly fell in love with kayaking, a sport rarely pursued by his countrymen.
  51. Out In The Sierra:Kalen Thorien, a professional skier and adventurer, decided to spend her summer on a 435km, 18 day, solo high traverse in the Sierra Nevada.
  52. Skagerrak:Follow pro stand-up paddler Casper Steinfath as he attempts to become the first person to paddle from Denmark to Norway.
  53. In The Bubble:Andy Earl is one of Britain’s most accomplished climbers, from hard, dangerous first ascents in Northumberland, to performing at the highest level in World Cup competitions. In 2010, tragedy struck and changed the Earls lives forever.
  54. Wolfpack:High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, a pack of runners roam. Together they traverse mountain meadows and navigate mineral-stained peaks through the rugged landscape of their backyard.
  55. Surfing Under Northern Lights: Over the last decade, two surfers traveled across the globe seeking out waves in some of the coldest and most remote conditions on the planet.
  56. The Ingenious Choice:Mountain runner Anton Krupicka explores mountain wildernesses, racing 100 miles and reflecting on what makes mountain running essential to him.
  57. Winterland:Follow an adventurous group of skiers and snowboarders as they leave their mark on fabled locations and chase the ghosts of the greats.
  58. Among the Giants of the Alps:The 330km TOR des géants is a race in the Italian Alps. This film follows a first-time competitor.
  59. Higher Ground:Thomas de Dorlodot and Horacio Llorens journey across the Himalaya, covering roughly 350km and becoming the first paragliders to fly over Rohtang Pass.
  60. When Hell Freezes Over:100 minutes of the best of climber and raconteur Andy Kirkpatrick’s live talks.
  61. Honnold’s Mum:At the age of 66, Dierdre Wolownick became the oldest woman to climb El Capitan in Yosemite. Her other claim to fame is that she’s Alex Honnold’s mum.
  62. Nyainqentangla:In 2016, Nick Bullock and Paul Ramsden made the first ascent of Nyainqentangla South East (7,046m) in Tibet via the North Buttress. Their first route together, it was a leap of faith in the best possible style: an unclimbed face in a virtually unknown valley.
  63. The Hulk:Climbing legend Peter Croft mentors boulderer Lisa Rands on the finer points of alpine free climbing in California’s Sierra Nevada.
  64. Bugaboo Classics:The towering granite spires of the Bugaboos in British Columbia are legendary. Known as one of the greatest alpine playgrounds in all of North America, Bugaboo Provincial Park holds a long list of classic climbs with deep history in the rock world.
  65. A New Vision:The late Ueli Steck imagines climbing multiple peaks in the Swiss Alps in a day, using a paraglider to get from the summit of one to the base of the next.
  66. La Dura Complete:Chris Sharma and Adam Ondra spent two years working together to climb La Dura Dura (5.15c / 9b+), the world’s hardest climb.
  67. 55 Hours In Mexico:For those with 9 to 5 office jobs, the weekend is a source of freedom and balance. How adventurous can one get on a single weekend and 55 hours away from home?
  68. Frozen Mind:Snowboarder Victor de Le Rue is testing the limits of what is possible and challenges himself against unforgiving, ice-covered slopes in Chamonix.
  69. Roraima:Climbing in Guyana with well-known climbers Joe Brown, Don Whillans, Hamish Macinnes way back in 1974.
  70. RJ Ripper:Since learning to ride on a beat-up clunker, to becoming the four-time National MTB Champion at age 21, RJ’s story is one of boundless childhood dreaming and unstoppable determination, forged from junkyard scraps and tested on the rugged trails of the mighty Himalaya.
  71. Aniakchak:Graham and Shannon are experienced athletes in alpine climbing and ultimate frisbee, respectively. But the adventurous couple is on a quest to try new outdoor sports together. In 2017, they tried mountain biking for the first time. This time they’re giving packrafting a go.
  72. Back To The Summit:94-year old Marcel Remy climbing the 450 meter tall north-west face of the legendary Miroir de l’Argentine in western Switzerland.
  73. When We Were Knights:How can you express everything that you want to somebody you love, knowing that if you don’t, that might be the last opportunity that you have? That is a reality for BASE jumpers, the risk of death sometimes results in something amazing and unexpected — love.
  74. Wild Coast:Two kayakers spend 10 days canoeing the most remote coast on the Great Lakes — 220km of undeveloped, wilderness shoreline.
  75. Paul’s Boots:We all have dreams. Paul’s dream was to hike the Appalachian Trail. Paul passed away before he could make his dream reality. But that was just the beginning of this story.
  76. I Just Want To Ride:Lael Wilcox loves the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. She loves the climbing. It’s pass after pass. She loves the roads. They’re not too technical. She loves the landscapes. Traveling from Canada to Mexico, all on your bike. The Tour Divide, it’s her kind of race and she’s done it twice before.
  77. Unbreakable:The Western States 100 follows the four lead men on this amazing journey: Hal Koerner, Geoff Roes, Anton Krupicka, and Kilian Jornet.
  78. Wonderland:In 2015, Gary Robbins — a seasoned and successful ultrarunner — started at Longmire, in the shadow of Mount Rainier, and attempted to set the fastest known supported time around the Wonderland Trail.
  79. To The South Pole And Back:In 2014, Ben Saunders completed a four-month, 1,800-mile round trip journey from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole and back. Five weeks after his return, Saunders offers a raw, honest look at this “hubris”-tinged mission that brought him to the most difficult decision of his life.
  80. Traversing the Alps on a Mountain Bike:Three Norwegian mountain bikers try to cross the Alps from Slovenia to Switzerland. A journey with a lot of climbing, ice cream, hike-a-bike, crazy long days, incredible riding and beautiful scenery.
  81. Climbing Out:Going from rock bottom to the mountaintop, one woman’s journey
    from the streets to the top of one of the most challenging mountains in the lower 48.
  82. I’m Not Stopping:The Navad1000 is a 1,000km self-supported mountain bike race that climbs 30,000m through the Swiss Alps. Lael Wilcox chose the race as her first ultra-endurance competition in Europe, crossing nearly the entire country of Switzerland by bike.
  83. The Highway:Since the first time professional skier Stan Rey drove from Vancouver to Whistler 20 years ago, he’s had a dream of skiing the Tantalus Mountain Range. Visible from the highway but accessible only by helicopter, the Tantalus Range taunts serious skiers with its glaciated peaks.
  84. My Midsummer Morning:In 1935, a young Englishman arrived in Spain. He had never been overseas; had hardly ever left the quiet village where he grew up. His idea was to walk through the country, earning money for food by playing his violin in bars and plazas. Alastair Humphreys retraces that journey 80 years later.
  85. Can’t Ski Vegas:In search of ski lines, an alternative bachelor party (stag party) paddle down a remote river through the Yukon into British Columbia and Alaska.
  86. Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia:Released in 2014, the film Metanoia documents Jeff Lowe’s audacious and now legendary solo climb of the North Wall of the Eiger in 1991.
  87. The Curve Of Time:As the sport of free skiing evolves, so do the athletes and products associated with it. At a time when climate change stares us in the face, Chris Rubens and Greg Hill contemplate how they can quench their thirst for adventure while being good stewards of the environment.
  88. Adventure Not War:Takes us into mountains of Iraq to reveal a seld-seen, beautiful underbelly in a place scarred with devastation.
  89. All Roads Lead To Scotland:The fickle conditions that define Scottish winter climbing frequently lead to frustration, but the prospect of discovering an obscure gem presents an irresistible allure to two British climbers.
  90. Holtanna:In 2009, four adventurers headed to Antarctica to ski, aid climb, snow kite, paraglide and Base jump.
  91. Mission Antarctic:An expedition to the world’s end, mixing navigation, mountaineering, snowboarding and wildlife.
  92. In Gora:A one-month trip aboard a camper bus: 6,000km, 13 countries crossed, 10 free riders, talks about local environmental issues and a lot of fun times along the way.
  93. Last Woman Standing:In 2019, mountain runner and breast cancer survivor Nicky Spinks attempted to become the first woman to complete The Barkley Marathons — the world’s toughest ultra-running race.
  94. Eclipse:A ski and film team set out on an expedition to realize photographer Reuben Krabbe’s vision to capture a single unique image — one of skiing during a solar eclipse.
  95. The Lifer:Russ Clune is an integral part of climbing’s humble beginnings in America. Recently, Sam Elias paid Clune a visit at his home in the Gunks, where he sampled the historic routes of the past.
  96. Being There:French polar guide Vincent Colliard and surfer Léa Brassy go on a lover’s adventure that combines both their passions.
  97. Foothills:The people of Petran, Turkey, have been snowboarding for roughly 300 years. Follow Alex Yoder and Nick Russell into Turkey’s Kaçkar Mountains on a quest to unearth the heritage of snowboarding in the country.
  98. Journey Beyond:In 2014, Marc Maurer started off in Cologne, Germany, and rode to Turkey. Upon arriving, he cancelled his return flight and decided to pedal back home.
  99. Pulled:A dogsledding experience. This real-time dogsled tour was filmed in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains outside Canmore.
  100. Qilaat:A thought-provoking film about a unique dogsled expedition through the remote regions of East Greenland. Set among some of the most naturally diverse terrain anywhere in the world, the 190km journey not only becomes one of distance and discovery, but a journey within.

Thanks to – | exploresweb.com | Ash Routen | Jerry Kobalenko