Once a month we throw our contributors for a loop with different question about their lives in the outdoors. Here are their June responses.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ADVENTURE FILM?
Deliverance. Always come away from that movie with a disturbing sense of how powerful, and multi-dimensional, Mother Nature really is.
Desert Runners. Needless to say, I have a deep respect for people that will take on challenges like that.
Clay Marzo: Just Add Water—the adventures of a controversial autistic surfer.
Congo: The Grand Inga Project. his documentary on some of the best kayakers in the world tackling the largest rapids on the planet is every bit inspiring as it is damn crazy.
Travis Rice’s That’s It That’s All. The high production values, plus great locations make it easy to watch over and over.
180 Degrees South. Trekking, surfing, sailing, mountaineering, South America, and Yvon Chouinard. What else do you need?
Endurance. It doesn’t have the flash that adrenaline junkies might seek, but Haile Gebrselassie’s journey from a mud hut in Ethiopia to the Olympic track is one of the most powerful I’ve witnessed.
Step into Liquid, Point Break, Blue Crush.