While we all wait for the world to resume something relatively close to “normal” life once again, we’re also looking for ways to stay occupied and entertained. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a number of fantastic outdoor and adventure related documentaries and films appear on the Internet for free, which has certainly helped with killing time while on quarantine.
But, if you’re still thirsting for more such films while you wait out the pandemic, you’re in luck, because Explorers Web has shared an additional 100 films that you can currently stream at no cost.
The films on this list are broad in scope and subject matter. As you would expect, there are plenty of mountaineering and climbing films to enjoy, although other subjects are covered nicely too.
For instance, there is a film that follow’s Robert Swan on an expedition to the South Pole with his son Barney from a few years back and another that follows Børge Ousland as he goes on record breaking journeys in the Arctic.
You’ll also find Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron’s excellent film Into the Empty Quarter about their journey through that wild and desolate desert, as well as a fantastic film called Wild Horses which is about a mountain bike race along the old Silk Road.
This is just the tip of the iceberg however, as there are literally dozens of other great films to watch and enjoy. Chances are, if you’re into exploration, mountaineering, adventure travel, or just a great story, you’ll find something to like on this list.
Most of the clips come directly from YouTube, so they should be easy to find and watch on a smart TV or cast from a tablet or phone. After all, it’s much more fun to enjoy these great videos from the comfort of your couch with a snack and a good beverage.
Check out the entire list here.
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