Trip Recommender

Find Your Perfect Adventure

3 Outdoor Adventure Films

Places to Go in Salida Colorado

Get Excited for Adventure with these Films

Every year backcountry and outdoor athletes produce films that continue to inspire and awe. They provide wonder and excitement for outdoor enthusiasts. Once the snow starts melting outdoor film festivals all across North America pop up. This season there are tons of films to keep an eye out for. However, be sure to check out these 3 outdoor adventure films this season.

Without fail every season, Teton Gravity Research produces at least one, if not multiple, awesome ski and winter edits. TGR athletes are the raddest in the industry. They are the craziest and ski the gnarliest lines, the best of the best. TGR’s Almost Ablaze documents the true rad nature of their athletes. From AK to BC, from Western to Eastern Europe, TGR athletes push the limits by skiing some of the most exposed lines and getting pitted in waist deep powder. Don’t miss this flick of the year!

For the rock climbing enthusiast, Valley Uprising is your go to film for movie night. Documenting the history and providing commentary from legendary climbers, you are witness to some first ascents as well free solos and highline walks! Watching some of these world renowned climbers scale the walls of the infamous Yosemite Valley is something you cannot miss!

When translated Bjornoya means Bear Island. Where is Bear Island you may ask? Well Bear Island is a small uninhabited island in the Arctic Circle. The Norwegian filmmaker Inge Wegge and his two brothers take on this wild landscape through means of snowboard, surfboard, and parasail. See Bear Island from all vantage points! Definitely a new way to see an untouched part of the world!

Whether you are taking the day off from the hill, or are looking for a good flick to watch after a long day of adventuring, make sure to watch these 3 outdoor adventure films this season. Plus, get ready for ziplining this summer with Colorado Zipline in Idaho Springs or Granite!


The Latest

woman holding sapling in dirt

How to Get Outside this Earth Day