This story was originally published in print, in the Summer 2016 issue of The Outdoor Journal, you can subscribe here.
Surrounded by the energy of the Alps, and fresh blueberries on the trail, it’s the European adventure of a lifetime. As a mountain biker I'm always searching for the next big adventure all over the world. Ten years ago I did my first mountain bike trip when I was fourteen to Portes du Soleil and since then my hunger for new trails, countries and cultures has only grown. I define this passion as a personal fascination to break down boundaries and add another country to the bucket list; my bike is just the way I do it.
This article initially featured in issue 13 of The Outdoor Journal, you can subscribe here. .
Road biking in and around NYC has it all: Urban adventure, quality pavement, non-yahoo drivers and bucolic surroundings. And good muffins.
This story was originally published in print, in the Spring 2014 issue of The Outdoor Journal, you can subscribe here. .
Is this the bouldering revolution we’ve all been waiting for? The first generation of Indian climbing bums leads the charge. Here are a few of their stories.
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Erika Lemay has used her body as a tool for a lifetime. Here, she talks about how she developed
This is an opinion article courtesy of Alexander Anghelou who is a psychologist specialising in cognitive behaviour therapy, who is passionate about nature and wildlife. .