A selection of articles about adventure, photography and discovery of the outdoors written by our talented team of contributors.
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.
In our continued series on the UK's national parks, Ramble Guides share an abridged version of their guide to the Lake District.
Jökull, Upala and Salt is a photobook and series by photographer Maegan Brown. Delve into her perspective of our vast and invigorating planet through intimidating aerial summits, mysterious landscapes and abstract patterns and textures.
Went West is the creation of Photographer Adrian Otero. It showcases a collection of images depicting what the west means to him and documents his travel across the region.
Ramble designs outdoor travel guides to the UK's National Parks and wild spaces, specifically curated for the modern day explorer. Founder Athena Mellor shares a short guide to The Peak District.
The Barbican Conservatory is a hidden jungle within the City of London where concrete and nature have found a way to co-exist.
An article about exploring and hiking in the vast, empty wilderness of British Columbia.
A collaboration between Rucksack Magazine and The Plant Journal exploring one of London's newest urban gardens.
An essay by naturalist illustrator Megan Perra that explores the fascinating link between environmental pollution and human impact on Arctic fox bones.
Escaping the daily grind of the commute and finding peace and tranquility in the beautiful Richmond Park.
A feature story by Sticky Rice Travel about Danum Valley Conservation Area.
Photographer and lone traveller Francisque Sanchez recalls his memories of exploring Scotland.
The slow, settling quietness of Vrango strikes when you get off the boat. 'Welcome to Vrango,' a little board says above a small map of this already quite clearly diminutive island.
The black beach, most commonly or officially known as Reynisfjara, is a black pebble beach that features an incredible cliff of basalt columns and is found at Iceland’s southernmost point.
The El Yunque National Forest is the only tropical rain forest in the United States national forest system.
Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest freshwater lake, stretches for nearly 400 miles through south-eastern Siberia, north of the Mongolian border.
Taking the train from Kandy to Ella is one of the most beautiful, scenic journeys in the world.
The name given to a long stretch of California’s central coast between Carmel and San Simeon, it is heralded as ‘the greatest meeting of land and water in the world’.