Clips of the Week: Ski the Rainforest, Emus Attack, Winter SUP, Explore Park, Freebord

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Our favorite outdoor videos from around the web for the week that was:

1. Ski the Rainforest

Valhalla, the latest ski flick from the brilliant minds at Sweetgrass Productions, features some weird/awesome cinematography, but none more so than this clip of some bros who ski the rainforest, during the summer. SPOILER: To read about how the pulled it off, click here.

Forest Ski Segment From Valhalla from Sweetgrass Productions on Vimeo.

2. Emu vs. Weasel Ball

These emus, and one ostrich, absolutely bug out when they come in contact with a weasel ball. What does this have to do with the outdoors? Nothing.

3. Pocoshock

Winter whitewater stand up paddleboarding in Virginia? Sure, why not.

Pocoshock from Hunter on Vimeo.

4. Explore Park

Some winter riding at Explore Park outside Roanoke, Va. Explore Park has some awesome trails, and these guys do a nice job mixing up the POV camera angles. Good wreck at 1:14.

5. Shredding Concrete

This is a video featuring Freebord, which is essentially a snowboard for the streets. These guys are really good. We have one in the office so look for a review soon.

Go Freebord! from Freebord Mfg. on Vimeo.

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