A man lies and dreams of green fields and rivers
- Pink Floyd
Miles films contemplative adventures into the outdoors that combine the absurdist existential humor of Bill Murray with Van Gogh’s affinity for landscape.
In a series of narrow escapes, Forrest Galante takes animal conservation to the extreme on his remote expeditions to find proof of species thought lost and gone forever.
The Outdoor Journal launches its own podcast to share inspirational interviews with athletes, explorers and filmmakers about pushing the limits of human potential in the outdoors.
During the week of July 18th to 22nd, the Malabar River Festival returned to Kerala, India with one of the biggest cash prizes in whitewater kayaking in the world.
Disguised as a beggar to avoid betrayal, and walking more than 2,000 km in the fierce Himalayan winter, the French orientalist eventually reached the forbidden capital Lhasa on February 23rd, 1924.
With our rapidly growing population and the pressure that has put on the planet, we are lucky to still have places untouched (or unclimbed).