7 Best Adventure Movies on Amazon Prime: Have you finished watching our Netflix list of the 7 Best Adventure Movies? Maybe you’ve had a space in your calendar as you wait for the next Line Of Duty to come out?
We’ve compiled a list of the Best 7 Adventure Movies on Amazon Prime Video for you to watch and possibly be inspired to embark on your own adventures. From grueling mountain top climbs to Moroccan triathlons, and everything in between, we’ve endeavored to cover a wide spectrum of events.
For Amazon Prime users, the majority of these are free to watch, while others need payment in addition to your monthly price.
Here are the top adventure movies on Prime as of 2022, with a focus on endurance, the great outdoors, and human nature’s boundaries.
The Dawn Wall follows free climber Tommy Caldwell and climbing partner Kevin Jorgeson as they attempt to conquer Yosemite National Park’s 3000ft Dawn Wall of El Captain.
Caldwell’s trip is documented in the film, which also takes you through his early life and initial ascents, as well as his challenges and what motivated him to take on this endeavor.
Caldwell teams up with Jorgeson following the breakdown of his wife, and the two spend six years preparing their route, culminating in the toughest challenge of their life.
Transitioning from competition climbing to trad and Alpinism is no easy task – there’s a whole new degree of objective hazard to consider, such as long runouts, rockfall, and rapidly shifting weather patterns.
Caroline Ciavaldini’s experience is told in Shifting Dreams as she embarks on a journey into the huge realm of outdoor climbing.
Caroline began her climbing career as a competitive climber, which required a high level of devotion and emphasis on a specific area of the sport.
The video then shifts to how Caroline’s mother’s death influences where she wants to take her climbing – to the wild and uncharted high-mountain summits, where she must learn to control and overcome her phobias.
Caroline appears to float away up the delicate arêtes and pinnacles seen throughout the French Alps, so expect a lot of magnificent panning drone views.
Wow. Take a look at the trailer for this one. I guarantee you’ll rush over to Amazon to spend the next 74 minutes of your life engrossed in this film – and not a single second of it will be wasted.
Running for Good follows ultra-marathon trail runner Fiona Oakes as she prepares for “The Toughest Footrace on Earth,” the Marathon Des Sables, a 250-kilometer race in the Sahara Desert.
Fiona’s journey to the Marathon Des Sables is not without twists and turns. She established a reputation for herself by becoming the world’s quickest woman to run a marathon on each of the seven continents.
Not only that but at the age of 14, Fiona was informed she would never be able to walk again. This came after more than 17 knee surgeries and the removal of one of her kneecaps — we can’t imagine the amount of therapy Fiona had to go through to get to where she is now.
This is a retelling of an old story that requires little introduction. The ultimate adventure story of man’s best companion, The Call Of The Wild.
The story follows sled dog Buck as he navigates the world and his ever-increasing call back to the wild during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush in Yukon, Canada.
This new edition, set in the year 2020, is a much-needed reworking of its more iconic forebears. It’s easy to be skeptical about how realistic the creatures would look due to the usage of CGI, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
After a while, you’ll forget they’re not real and become emotionally invested in the dogs as characters. Harrison Ford is also a fantastic addition. He plays a really realistic old-timey adventurer, bringing to the part a good mix of raw realism and sincere emotion.
The story is well-known, and most people have read the book, but few have seen the thrilling BAFTA-winning documentary.
Touching the Void gives you a firsthand and video account of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates’ dangerous climb up the west face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985.
If you haven’t read the book yet, I strongly advise you to do so as soon as possible. You’ll quickly get engrossed in Joe and Simon’s struggle for survival after they become separated while attempting to ascend the mountain.
What happens next is nothing short of extraordinary, as Joe is stranded at the bottom of a fissure, forced to crawl his way back to civilization (their remote campsite).
I must admit that the book is a far more meaningful way of conveying this story because of Joe’s ability to go into such detail, but that doesn’t make this documentary any less fascinating to see.
3-4 days, 50 kilometers, and 4000 vertical meters gained New Zealand’s version of the Haute Route is Symphony on Skis. It entails connecting New Zealand’s four main glaciers and traversing the Southern Alps from east to west, going through the breathtaking Mount Cook range.
The film not only takes us on a journey across some of the world’s most stunning terrain but also through Gottlieb’s life and how he came to ski the Symphony on Skis. This film does not require you to be a hardcore skier to enjoy it.
Even if you’ve never strapped a pair of skis on your feet before, I guarantee you’ll be as awestruck as a seasoned pro.
For most people, a single triathlon is usually sufficient exercise. Luke Tyburski resolved to swim, bike, and run from Morocco to Monaco in a grueling 20,000-kilometer triathlon. The film takes you through all of the misery that you can imagine would accompany such a journey.
The journey takes several days, and Luke’s stamina is evidently dwindling day by day.