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Bryn Mooser travels to the adventure mecca of Moab, Utah--home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. There, he and Land Rover driving instructor Jim Swett crawl the canyons in the Range Rover Sport.
Bryn Mooser hops in his Land Rover to drive through the Biltmore Estate, to a beautiful lagoon, where he is introduced to fly fishing. Climbing into a small fishing boat with gear and bait, hopefully Bryn is able catch a fish.
Bryn Mooser explores the music scene in Asheville, North Carolina, and meets with Jeff Whitworth, the owner of The Grey Eagle. While in the town of bluegrass, he attends the album release concert of the Holy Ghost Tent Revival.
Welcome to The Road Less Traveled, a 12 episode original series following global explorer Bryn Mooser, as he navigates unforgettable destinations from behind the wheel of the iconic adventure vehicle – a Land Rover.
From tackling the jagged mountains of the Great Divide to exploring hidden trails in Moab, Bryn will find adventure at every turn and meet local trailblazers who embody the go anywhere, do anything spirit that Land Rover inspires.
For real-time updates from the road, follow @LandRoverUSA
Bryn is a filmmaker, humanitarian and co-founder of RYOT, the first news website to link every story to an action. He was named both an "American of the Year" by Esquire and a "Hollywood Maverick" by Details Magazine for his work as a storyteller in disaster and crisis zones. Following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Bryn was appointed the Country Director for Artists for Peace and Justice where he helped build the Academy For Peace And Justice secondary school in Port-au-Prince, which now educates over 1,400 students per year. Bryn grew up in Los Angeles, New York City and Zimbabwe. He has served in the Peace Corps in West Africa and his travels have taken him to some of the most remote locations in the world. Bryn is also an award-winning filmmaker whose documentaries have appeared in over 40 international film festivals.