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There were a few decent scenes but its ruined by a poor soundtrack and a non stop subaru commercial. Not everyone that goes to the national parks are wearing puffy jackets and knitted hats in search of adventure. I would also like to add that there is more to this great country than the few places that are constantly covered in every nature documentry. This is just another film that perpetuates the idea that the national parks are only for crunchy granola eating hipsters.
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