Love your video.... Those little trees/bushes with bare branches along the trail are exactly the type of things you have to worry about so make sure you have the drone set at a height above them.
The best advice I can give you in addition to that is to learn to hand launch and catch the Skydio. I just face the drone away from me, grasping it by the battery. Hit the Launch button and hold the Skydio until it tries to pull away from me..... then let go. To catch it, just hover the drone around eye level facing away from you. Hit the Land button and when the light on the back of the Skydio turns yellow, place your hand under it and grab the battery as it descends.
The reasons for hand launching are many if you are using the Skydio out on the trail.... The obstacle avoidance will not let you take off from tight spaces, the props sit too close to the ground so you have to make sure there is nothing around it that will obstruct them and case landing is not always reliable or possible, leaving you to steer the Skydio in difficult places.