Most of the threads here are about the How and What. There is no Airstream to be seen in this video. Rather, the video is more about the Where and Why.
Twenty-six miles down Hole In The Rock Road, turn off left on Dry Fork Road and follow it to the parking area. You should check a map to find the two slots because there are no signs, just cairns. Our friend brought along a light, two-foot high, home-built aluminum ladder and a 15-foot length of knotted rope. We hiked counterclockwise up Spooky Canyon first and then looping around and down Peek-A-Boo Canyon. There's a rock fall near the top of Spooky that needs some scrambling and a pull and push here and there. There's also about a 15-foot wall at the lower end of Peek-A-Boo where the rope helped us older folks out.
There is no end to exploration and adventure out here in canyon country. Beautiful country.