Rucksack Magazine is an online-publication which explores the idea of minimalist travel, adventure and photography. Read our journal for articles, stories, interviews, featured gear & playlists.
German based photographer Philipp Frerich discovers the raw beauty of the Faroe Islands whilst portraying an important message about respecting our planet through his powerful words.
A black and white photo essay featuring the Caledonian Sleeper as it passes through the Scottish Highlands en route to Fort William.
A photo essay showcasing the Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon in Southeast Iceland captured by photographer Kirsty Owen.
Landscape photographer Frithjof Hamacher captures the peace and tranquility of the Austrian Alps on his road trip through Southeast Europe.
Johnnie Chatman, a student from the New York School of Visual Arts, showcases his photography from his recent project ‘Between the Sea & the City'.
Anna Souter examines how the exploration of landscape has affected a diverse range of artistic practices.
A story by Megan Perra describing her raw experience of watching the North American eclipse.
A short story detailing the search for the perfect spot to capture the Landwasser viaduct.
A story exploring the experience of driving on the Albula Pass and how this led to a change of opinion.
Luke and Nell, the couple behind 'What If We Walked' have set out together on the slowest journey of their life, exploring part of the world simply on foot.
A story about climbing in the Wetterstein Mountains of Germany and the importance of self-challenge.
A short story written by Editor Laura Pendlebury about the sights and sounds of the bitter Finnish winter.
Freelance photographer Andrew Alexander discusses how the raw beauty of Scotlands landscapes and his love of the outdoors led him to pursue a career in photography.
Lydia Harper, a photographer from Herefordshire, England, shares both her story and love of landscapes.
Scotland based photographer Hamish Morrison shares his story and how he fell into landscape photography.
An interview with Cardiff based travel and landscape photographer Daniel Alford.
Photographer Nadya Zim searches for silence in a world where noise is everywhere.
Italian Photographer Filippo Maffei discusses the magnetic pull of the Apuan Alps in Northern Tuscany.
Photographer Andrew Neel captures these rugged ocean shots encompassing the beauty and adventure of sailing in Norfolk, Virginia.
Photographer Adam Firman captures a mist obscured journey along Highway 101 through the Pacific Northwest.
Photographer Jack Cairney perfectly captures the Scottish Wilderness through his latest series of images.
A photo essay from Iceland showcasing the natural beauty and unrestrained power of the Seljalandsfoss waterfall.
The Level Collective design ethical outdoor apparel and gear. We sit down with founder Mark Musgrave to discuss his journey so far.
An Interview with Jorrit Jorritsma; co-founder of Millican. They design beautiful and sustainable bags and rucksacks deep within the heart of the Lake District.
BE Outfitter are an adventure gear brand co-founded by Rory and his brother Jeff. We sit down with Rory to learn more about their brand and their recently launched backpack; the Tahquitz.
As soon as we came across Atlas Supply Co we were dying to know more about their beautifully designed products and the story behind this creative leather goods brand.
Co-founders Mike and Nia explain the idea behind their brand Rural Kind.
Co-Founder Stephen Cornwall discusses his reasons for starting adventure gear brand Hatchet.