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
Tdrihe Khan Khentii mountains stretched before us, from one end of the azure sky to the other.
Tegri, the Great Sky God, watched us with his infinite panorama. From here, I could see miles and miles into the distance. This was the “Forbidden Zone”, that unknown wilderness where Genghis Khan was born. As a child and then again much later on, he hunted here, his true home, on a horse, sheltered in a ger or under the blue sky.
The Scandinavian philosophy of friluftsliv focuses on enlightenment through spiritual oneness with nature.
This story originally featured in a print issue of the Outdoor Journal.
This article originally featured in a print issue or the Outdoor Journal.
During May of 2018, The Outdoor Journal reported on five French explorers who were traversing Greenland’s toughest terrain. .
This story originally featured in The Outdoor Journal Summer 2015 edition.
Raised in Portland Oregon, Colin has faced real challenges in life, such as being told he might not be able to walk again. However, Colin’s never say die attitude only spurs him on to achieve more.
Meet a kitesurfing nomadic couple who live and travel in their van, in search of happiness and ultimate freedom.