Best Outdoor Content to Watch on Streaming Services

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April 14, 2020

Most places in the US are a couple weeks into their community-wide coronavirus lockdowns and many outdoor lovers are coming down with a strong case of cabin fever.  If that includes you, then you’re in the right place.  This list of outdoor adventure content on streaming services will keep you entertained and inspired while you’re cooped up at home.  Break out the sleeping bag and camp chairs.  Grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.  Here are the best movies and shows for outdoor lovers that you can watch online right now.

Survivorman Best For Learning Applicable Survival Skills

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, Hulu, Philo

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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The Horn - Best if You’re Curious What It Takes to Do High Alpine Search and Rescue Missions

Where to watch: RedBull.com

Cost: Free

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Pretty Strong - Best for Watching Some of the World's Most Bad Ass Women Rock Climbers in Action

Where to watch: Vimeo

Cost: $5.00

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Expedition Happiness - Best for Making You Google “Schoolbus for Sale Near Me”

Where to watch: Netflix

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Into the Wild - Best for Rediscovering How Much You Love Your Modern Luxuries

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, Google Play, YouTube, iTunes

Cost: from $2.99

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Arctic - Best for Wondering "Would I Be Able to Survive in that Situation?"

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Our Planet - Best for Epic Wildlife Videography and British Accents

Where to watch: Netflix

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Night on Earth - Best for Lion Hunts in Night Vision

Where to watch: Netflix

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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River Monsters - Best for Turning Fishing into an Extreme Sport

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Hulu, Philo

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Dawn Wall - Best for Making You Spontaneously Start Climbing on Your Living Room Furniture

Where to watch: Netflix

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Free Solo - Best for Making Your Palms Sweat

Where to watch: Hulu, Disney Plus

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Meru - Best for Realizing You’ll Never Have Rope Skills This Good

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Wild – Best for Wondering if Nature's a Better Therapist than your Therapist Is

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play

Cost: $3.99 

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Without a Paddle - Best for Family Fun Time

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, Google Play, YouTube, iTunes

Cost: from $2.99

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A Walk in the Woods - Best for Picking Apart Hollywood’s Interpretation of Thru Hiking

Where to watch: Amazon Prime, Google Play, YouTube, iTunes

Cost: from $2.99

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The National Parks (Ken Burns) - Best for Historical Context on Our National Park System

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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You vs. Wild - Best for Torturing Bear Grylz

Where to watch: Netflix

Cost: Free (with subscription)

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Did we miss your favorite show? Leave us a comment to let us know!

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