Jamal Green makes multi-day hikes across Utah and other interesting places, and then produces videos showing interesting moments along the way.
His website Across Utah! is a good starting point for videos, maps, and recommendations for gear.
During several of his hikes, Jamal crosses a spectacular feature called the Water Pocket fold, the edge of a monoclinal fold that eroded away across the crest leaving the edges as upturned rocks pointing into the sky. If you’re interested in a professional geological look, visit Written In Stone and travel along with Dr. Jack Share in a regional overflight, Flight Plan: Part II – Geology of the Circle Cliffs Uplift and the Waterpocket Fold at Capitol Reef National Park.
In Zion National Park is the strenuous and famously scary hike up to Angel’s Landing…
And on the other side of the world, the Biluti River in Siberia is a mecca for whitewater Kayaking.