Check out some of my latest adventure films:

A highlight of the year for me was hiking the famous West Coast Trail with my dad in September. Mud, wildlife, ocean, rainforest, amazing sunsets, and the pure bliss of a gnarly, remote island trail. We hiked north to south, and completed the 75km trail in 3.5 days.
On September 18, 2016, I ran - somewhat stonkered - through the city gates of Osh, in the southwest of Kyrgyzstan, having run just over 900 kilometres in 25 days from the northeast city of Karakol via the Tien Shan mountains, solo and self-supported.
I set a goal this year to learn to sail singlehanded, and did my first solo trip to an anchorage in some small islands off the coast of Vancouver Island. Mission complete!
The Transcontinental Race no.5 as it appeared from my handlebars... Thanks to all the organisers, volunteers, and riders who made this year's race happen! (film requires volume). The Transcontinental Race is an annual, self-supported, ultra-distance cycling race across Europe. It is one of the world's toughest ultra-endurance races.
Drone filming of a fantastic summer day, trail running near Callander in Scotland. Aerial filming by: www.creativesidesphotography.co.uk Running & editing by: Jenny Tough Music: Airplanes by Ani via musicbed.com
A microadventure bikepacking across the Cairngorms and staying in a bothy on summer solstice. . Music: Coming Home - Zachary David
My April 2017 bikepacking adventure around nine Balkan countries, exploring the region off-road, camping wild, and traveling solo. Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbia. Three weeks, 2,000km, +35,000m.

I partnered up with Caxton to go find an adventure. My challenge was to have an adventure that was short, simple, somewhere I had never been, include something I had never done, and fit inside a budget of £500. A couple of internet searches later, I had my adventure: Standup paddleboarding on the Croatian coast!

In the summer of 2015, Jennifer Tough cycled from Copenhagen to Copenhagen, a complete 3800km circumnavigation of the Baltic Sea, solo and unsupported, in just 35 days. The trip started with freezing nights camping in deep forests of the Nordic countries, then transitioned to terrifying and at times goofy Russian traffic, then she explored the ex-Soviet Baltic nations, slept on stunning white-sand beaches in Poland, and finally pushed hard on exhausted legs through Germany and Denmark to arrive back in Copenhagen within hours of her designated cut-off time. Her film is her first attempt at filming her adventures, and was entirely self-shot and edited on a single GoPro. 

Adventure Buddies Hilde and Jenny go on a challenging 7-hour ski across Hardangervidden on a perfect sunny day, ending at Hilde's family hytte... "yte før nyte!"