A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.
- John James Audubon
In the late 1990s, Andrew Terrill set off from the southern tip of Italy to walk to the top of mainland Europe. Part 2 picks up with 4,500 miles still to go.
We take a look at some of the most widely read stories on OutdoorJournal.com over the past 12 months. From exclusive reporting and travel writing to investigating age-old controversies.
Currently listed as endangered by the IUCN, with only 6,600 remaining in the wild, African Wild Dogs are one of the continent’s most captivating carnivores and one of its most endangered species.
British hiker Andrew Terrill's near-fatal fall in the Alps leads him to dream up a 7,000-mile walk from the very toe of Italy to the far north of Norway.
The adventure legend explains why pros get the results first before getting experimental, why posing is bad and why if you want to work with athletes, you should never, ever behave like a dick.
Leading the quest for quality, safety, innovation, and performance, Sea to Summit brings the ethos of self-supported adventure to the outdoor enthusiasts of India.
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