Bring The Outdoors In | The Top Adventure Binge-Watches
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we are going to have to find new and engaging ways to get our outdoor fix. We have put together our blog series on 'Bringing the Outdoors In', to mentally transport you to remote mountain peaks, frozen polar landscapes and adventures across the globe.
Check out our choices for top adventure binge-watches to help bring the spirit of adventure into your home. These stories of conservation, community and death defying heights come from our ambassadors, friends and brands around the world.
1. Vitamin Sea
The award winning Vitamin Sea is a must watch for everyone during the covid-19 lockdown. This film is beautifully shot, full of raw emotion and documents achievement on an epic scale.
This film follows ocean advocate and activist Cal Major on her world record breaking expedition to stand up paddle board the length of Great Britain. In 2018, Cal began her journey at Land’s end, Britain’s most southerly point. Cal paddled for 20-40 miles per through gale force winds and dangerous tidal races, finally reaching the most northerly point of mainland Britain two months later.
Vitamin Sea is much more than just an adventure film, it focuses on the positive solutions to plastic pollution, including the importance of community, connection to nature and protecting our wellbeing through time outside.
For a limited time you can watch Vitamin Sea on Vimeo on demand here.
2. Break On Through
Currently available for free on Red Bull TV, Break on Through follows a young American climber on her quest to make history. In 2017, Margo completed her goal of being the first woman to climb 9+ with her incredible ascents of La Rambla in Spain and Biographie in France.
Routes graded 9+ are reserved for only the strongest and most skilful climbers, and these grades have long been out of reach for female climbers. Margo Hayes shattered the glass ceiling of climbing and this inspirational film documents that record breaking journey.
Full film available on Redbull TV here.
A documentary about salmon farming might not be everyone’s first choice of film. But this story has been brought to us by the incredibly capable film makers of Patagonia. The result is a dramatic, eye-opening and thought provoking story.
Artifishal is a film about the high cost of salmon hatcheries and fish farms and our mistaken reliance on human engineered solutions.
We were lucky enough to show this documentary during a film night at our Aviemore store in October! You can now catch the full version online for free.
Watch Artifishal here.
4. Berghaus Presents: Three Peaks Africa Challenge – 2020
During summer 2019 supported by Tiso ambassador, Iona Rendall had an aim of pushing members of her walking group to the next level.
Swapping wild Scottish Munros for challenging Moroccan peaks, a group of 15 individuals set off to complete the Three Peaks Africa. Climbing Mount Toubkal, North Africa’s highest peak and remote Moroccan mountains M’Goun and Ouanoukrim.
Berghaus presents this stunning film of team spirit, new experiences and breath taking mountain views.
Watch the full film here.
5. On the Adventure Trails Scotland
We are all missing the Scottish outdoors right now! But luckily On the Adventure Trails Scotland are here to help. Their incredible website is jam packed full of beautiful videos to help bring the Scottish Outdoors into your home.
Films include adventures around Scotland in the mountains, bike packing, road trips, trail running and packrafting. Shot in an informative way, these films are an exciting way to see the highlights of Scotland.
Check out there video albums and get planning your next adventures.
Watch the full film here.