Clips of the Week: A.T. Movie, Blood Knot, Mission Steeps, 100-Footer, Bjorn
Our favorite outdoor videos from around the web for the week that was:
Make the A.T. Movie
BRO contributor Chris Gallaway thru-hiked the A.T. this past summer (you can read his poignant notes and stunning photo galleries from the trail in our Appalachian Trail Dispatch series) and has ambitions of making a film out of the experience. This is a trailer – his thru-hike in 3.5 minutes – and you can support the effort through his Kickstarter Campaign. Let’s get this A.T. Movie made, folks!
From our friends at Two Fisted Heart Productions comes the trail for their latest film featuring VA natives and Mossy Creek Fly Fishing owners Brian and Colby Trow showing off the fantastic fishing in the Shenandoah Valley including the small creeks of SNP, the Shenandoah River and of course, Mossy Creek. Trout, carp, smallmouth, musky and some really cool aerial shots as well.
Back to shredding! When they say steep, they mean steep. Xavier de la Rue and friends defy physics to ski and snowboard the steepest of the steep.
A little winter surfing action, an intense soundtrack, some heavy, heavy, heavy waves, and possibly a new world record. The sea was angry that day, my friends.
Bjorn to Ride
Back to shredding. Bjorn Leines has been in the game for a long time, and is up there with Nico Muller, T.Rice, and Terje in terms of the best all-around, style-first, conquer-the-mountain, legendary-status-achieved shredders of all time.