These Short Videos Will Have You Panting for Vacation

The Video Round Up is a new series that highlights videos and multimedia content that caught our attention. The best way to enjoy travel, good food, and extreme sports when shared with friends. That’s why we publish a series of our favorite videos every two weeks that we find from all corners of the internet. Do you have a tip or some great footage? Write an email to [email protected]

Always wanted to unleash your inner Indiana Jones, but without the annoying college lectures and without Shia Labeouf? The Grailer Games, a new competitive treasure hunt adventure race that kicks off this fall, will help you realize your archeological ambitions. Top teams share a price pot of up to a million dollars. Note, however, that this race is right in our backyard in the Rocky Mountains and we are already assembling a crack team of adventurers to win the prize. I’ll see you in September if you want to take us over.

In the shadow of famous mountains such as the Jungfrau and the Eiger, Grindelwald in Switzerland is an incomparable adventure base camp. The alpine climbing and skiing communities both have a historical legacy in the region, but mountain biking is only just beginning. The potential for long descents in view of the Eiger north face and life in small mountain communities makes us wish a long week in Grindelwald soon.

For generations, fly fishing has been an escape for Americans and a way to reconnect with nature. Redington’s The Find Your Water series tells individual stories about fly fishing and how it connects us with our public lands and with each other. The first episode of the second season shows the artist Josh DeSmit catching trout and finding inspiration for his painting.

Apres visuals Put together an absolutely stunning roll of film for this short feature. If you’ve ever needed inspiration on a long vacation exploring the mountains and deserts of Intermountain West then this is it.

Photo courtesy of Teton Gravity Research

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