Alone Across Alaska - 1000 Miles of Wilderness DVD
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- Filled with wild and beautiful Alaskan images
- Bears, bears and more bears
- White wolves, Caribou and Salmon too
- Nicely done and very interesting
- Includes Scene Selections
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One summer I set off alone in an attempt to cross a thousand miles of the most remote wilderness in America, the Brooks Range of northern Alaska. It was a journey of mountains and solitude, river crossings and rapids, mountain passes and gravel bars, wolves, grizzlies, and caribou. Join the adventure with this documentary of an epic solo adventure across the trackless wilds of Alaska.
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Buck sets the camera down, and shows you himself hiking through certain terrain, so you can better appreciate what it's really like out there.
I really felt like my legs were getting tired, and really felt like it was me hiking alongside Buck.
he encounters many animals we rarely see in the United States in their natural habitat.
finally, Buck holds the camera very still. Buck makes the movie high quality, a priority, and often backtracks to get the viewer involved.
4:3 aspect ratio, and not HD, although footage is VERY clear
tripod would probably weigh Buck's backpack down too much, so you'll get a lot of footage when Buck holds the camera, but it's never poor. He holds the camera very still.
Overall, if you'd like to experience what it's like to hike across Alaska, this amateur movie is worth 2 dollars.
enough to make me chicken out and I think I`m an outdoorsman. I`m only jealous of the time he had to do it and stand in awe of his accomplishment. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has any appreciation for one willing to experience discomfort in order to experience the wonders of the wilderness.
The filming was a little repetitive and could have been a little higher quality, but I thought Buck did a great job showing us what really mattered.
I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in long hikes and the outdoors.