Our pick of the latest Outdoor Films

You’ve spent the morning in horizontal rain, it is time to light the log fire, curl up on the sofa and get inspired for your 2018 adventures.


The last two years saw an array of good outdoor films. To save you from too much time in front of the screen, we’ve hand picked a few.


Into Twin Galaxies

Expedition. Ben Stookesberry, Sarah McNair-Landry, and Erik Boomer are heading north. They want to cross Greenland’s gigantic ice sheets with snow kites, followed by a kayaking first descent in a meltwater stream down the glacier. But Greenland is tough terrain—it’s a journey into a fragile yet dangerous paradise.


Strong The Winds Blow

After losing the love of his life, a Paraglider Pilot searches for meaning by embarking upon the most daring series of mountain flights in Canadian history!


River Time- The First Descent of the Dulong River, China.

Travis Winn, a 29-year-old river guide based in Kunming, is working to bring people from China’s growing cities out to see the last remaining wild river in the … In one place, the whole river flows through a single, meter-wide gap, a discovery Winn and his partners made on a first descent a few years ago.



Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Adventure · A national manhunt is ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush.



This award winning film follows a Nepali village girl growing up in a remote mountain village in her pursuit of becoming a world recognised mountain runner. Whether you are a runner or not, the great story telling, beautiful pictures will make you want to fly over those mountains. And how refreshing it is to have a female protagonist in an otherwise male centric film industry.


One for the River- The Vjosa Story

A documentary about the last free flowing river in Europe. Wilderness, free flowing river, species diversity, simple and loving people, exploring of the river valley, sleeping under the stars, whitewater kayaking and clear message why we have to fight for the rivers…


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