1. A bunch of hikers taking their bikes for a walk.


    from Dan Dunbar / Added

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    • A Canyonlands Mesa Arch Sunrise


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      • Accept No Substitutes


        from Chris Carruth / Added

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        In the summer of 2010 I made the American Southwest my home. I ran. I played. I lived and dreamed and slept under the wild impartial sky. After my adventures, I wrote an opinion piece on how National Park tourism was becoming more about easy access and less about the experience, about cars and contraptions, of taking photos and staying above the rim, so to speak. Looking back, the writing has some conceptual flaws and poor word-choice, but the main thrust has the truth of it: *you* shouldn't live vicariously through my, or anyone's photos, that you should travel and experience firsthand. You should get of the car and stay a while. The Grand Canyon was the inspiration for the piece as that park sees some 5 million visits per annum, yet only a hearty 10% (500,000) ever venture into the inner gorge (¡mi gente!). In a style that I dare say Edward Abbey might approve of, I ranted about what I perceive to be the acceptance of saccharine when sugar is at the ready. Conde Nast never answered and the NY Travel section didn't come calling either, so these words were left to sit on the shelf. I recently spent three weeks in the American Southwest again, my old and favorite playground. From Moab to Mexican Hat and Monument Valley, from Canyonlands to the Grand Canyon, I returned to my sanctuary. The media here is a blending of that past perspective with my present one. True to the spirit of those words I wrote three years ago, there's but a handful of images from within the Grand Canyon. Partly out of practicality: like the friendly hobbit we all know and love, my journey in the Canyon was be one of venturing there and back again: North-South-North. Lots of ground to cover and the less weighted down the easier the passing would be. Still, I couldn't resist taking a point'n'shoot. Recommended post viewing activity: Genuflect in nature, in a cathedral of light and stone. Afterwards, promise yourself that you'll forever more question drive-by tourism in all its forms.

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        • A Closer Look at an Obscure Sport: Mountain Unicycling


          from Seamus McMorrow / Added

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          This is a film I made for my senior project at Freeport high School. I attended the Moab Mountain Unicycle Festival in Moab, Utah to collect footage and interviews, as well as filming at local trails in Maine.

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          • A Couple Summits


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            The View from the Top. Ancient Art Corkscrew Summit, and the top of Castleton Tower in Moab Utah.

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            • A Creek-end to Remember


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              Indian Creek for Spring Break 2014. Even got to spend a day climbing with Cedar Wright!

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              • Action Packed Moab Weekend in 10 minutes...


                from David Mobley / Added

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                This video is in recognition to my incredible father Marion Mobley. He is in Botswana at the moment with my stepmother serving in the United States Peace Corps. He gifted me my first dirt bike when I was 12 and ignited a passion for all things two wheels (ALL things - including bicycles). In addition, we used to take a ton of road trips together when I was younger and he is an avid cyclist (not to mention adventure seeker, traveler and wingsuit skydiver). We messaged back and forth when I was driving to Moab and he was telling me how much he wished he was with me over the weekend, so I figured I'd piece together a small video so he can at least experience Moab for 10 minutes. Enjoy pops! See you guys when you return, with love ~ David ***Music provided by Tycho***

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                • A Day in Arches National Park


                  from Doug Jensen / Added

                  I shot this video over a weekend during a quick trip to Moab, Utah in October 2014. Camera: Sony PMW-F55 Lenses: Zeiss LWZ 15.5-45; RED 50-150; RED 300 4K RAW and 4K XAVC S-LOG2 Graded in DaVinci Resolve 11 and edited in Adobe Premiere CC. Individual clips are available as 4K stock footage. Contact: http://www.VortexMedia.com/

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                  • adiUltra: Becoming a Team


                    from Brianna Torres / Added

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                    Meet the new adidas ultra running team! Thanks to asthmatickitty.com for use of "In the Devil's Territory" by Sufjan Stevens, and Moab Public Library.

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                    • Advanced Rockclimbing Spring Trip 2012


                      from Raleigh Gambino / Added

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                      This is a summary of what a fun time we had in Moab climbing around on some rocks. Camera: GoPro Hero

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