The Outdoor Journal endeavours to bring you thoughtful journalism from around the world.
We always do our best to take a step back, to take a little more time, and present considered content that always acknowledges both sides of a story. The response to this approach is always strong and is reflected in the stories that we present below, as the most read articles on OutdoorJournal.com in 2018. THE JOE KINDER STORY The first big story of 2018 rocked the Outdoor industry and called many things into question. The initial event was well covered across many media outlets, and we were particularly grateful to Courtney Sanders who provided us with a unique perspective and insight from within the professional climbing community.
Three months after announcing equal pay for men and women, the World Surf League celebrates Stephanie Gilmore’s 7th World Title.
Ten years in the making, Rivian vehicles are beautifully designed and will take us places that Tesla cannot, but how far can they take us without the infrastructure that they demand?
In a unique repatriation mission, over 50 Indian Star Tortoises are finally flying home from where they were originally smuggled and sold into Singapore as victims of illegal wildlife trafficking.
Can tourism be community-inclusive, ecologically-sensitive, and economically advantageous? Chile consolidates 17 National Parks in an unprecedented commitment to conservation.
Arguably the hardest sport route ever climbed by a female climber in the Indian community, Siddhi Manerikar has set the bar higher for her peers by climbing a 5:13b/8a route in Badami.
Conservation, Kafue Style: We're delighted to learn that there has been a huge increase in wildlife numbers in Zambia’s largest national park.
On Wednesday the 14th November, The Outdoor Journal was given an exclusive first peek at Rivian's new all-electric vehicle. This upcoming announcement is worth paying attention to.