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.
A story about climbing in the Wetterstein Mountains of Germany and the importance of self-challenge.
In our continued series on the UK's national parks, Ramble Guides share an abridged version of their guide to the Lake District.
Photographer Jack Cairney perfectly captures the Scottish Wilderness through his latest series of images.
A photo essay showcasing Sandwich Harbour; an area on the Atlantic coast of Namibia, an unforgiving landscape where nature continues to flourish defiantly.
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.
Photographer Peter Franc perfectly captures the colours and textures of Australia's salt evaporation ponds while leaning out of a Cessna 206 at 400ft.
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.
An interview with Illustrator Megan Perra with a focus on the art of printmaking.
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.
A photo essay showcasing the breathtaking Congost de Mont Rebei, one of the most impressive canyons in North East Spain.
The Barbican Conservatory is a hidden jungle within the City of London where concrete and nature have found a way to co-exist.
A photo essay documenting the dramatic landscapes of the Isle of Skye and Glencoe.
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.
A short story about exploring the British countryside and the importance of slowing down.
A short story and photo essay exploring the dramatic contrast between cliffs and sea at Beachy Head.
An essay by naturalist illustrator Megan Perra that explores the fascinating link between environmental pollution and human impact on Arctic fox bones.
Photographer Tom Bunning captures the dramatic twists and turns of the iconic mountain road to Sa Calobra in Mallorca.
A short film showcasing the raw beauty of Australia's Great Ocean Road created in collaboration with BMW.
A photo essay from Iceland showcasing the natural beauty and unrestrained power of the Seljalandsfoss waterfall.
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.
The weather was forecast to be 24 degrees. This was practically a heatwave for England in Spring, the days were longer and we all had the weekend off.
Iceland is a world of unbelievable beauty and an essential travel destination for any landscape photographer.
Photographer and lone traveller Francisque Sanchez recalls his memories of exploring Scotland.
Photographer Kerry Mackay captures wild deer in Glen Etive, the Scottish Highlands.
A short story written by Editor Laura Pendlebury about the sights and sounds of the bitter Finnish winter.
Andrew Neel recounts his journey through the fog as he hikes across Storm Mountain.
Photographer Cephas Azariah spends a weekend exploring the Snowdonia National Park in Wales.
A photo essay showing a photographers journey to Cottonwood Canyon State Park in Oregon.
A photo essay showcasing the collaboration between artist Tom Musgrove and photographer Simon Bray.
Scotland's diverse and dramatic landscape has been captured by London based photographer Dylan Firn in our latest photo essay.
Mount Rainier is the highest mountain of the Cascade Range of the Pacific Northwest, and the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Washington.
Photographer, videographer and food blogger Chris Fynes talks to Rucksack Magazine about his latest adventures in Australia and why he started his successful food blog 'We The Food Snobs'.
Mitchell Hollander is a professional photographer who has featured in the 'Shot on iPhone' campaign for Apple and has contributed to the latest issue of Water Journal.
Andrew Neel, a talented photographer and writer who most recently curated the story 'Fog & Forest' for Rucksack Magazine, offers some insight into his creative process.
An interview with Cardiff based travel and landscape photographer Daniel Alford.
An interview with Manchester-based landscape and documentary photographer Simon Bray.
An interview with travel and adventure photographer Donal Boyd.
We talk to blogger Erin Sullivan from 'Erin Outdoors' about her hugely successful and inspirational blog.
An interview with one of Instagram's most well known photographers; Vitaly Kibenko, better known by his social media name 'OwnTheLight'.
An interview with Zach Morton; an adventure and landscape photographer from the Pacific North West, and more specifically the beautiful State of Washington.
An interview with Singapore based travel and landscape photographer Marjorie Teo.
Our interview provides an interesting insight into Joel's background and how moving to California shaped his passion for landscape photography.
An interview with Seattle based photographer Tyler Sartor. He explains how he "hopes to create memories that will last a lifetime" through his photography.
An interview with travel and landscape photographer Chiara Zonca; better known by her social media name 'Shadow on the Run'.
Wellington based photographer Thomas Seear-Budd has taken time out of his busy travel schedule to sit down with Rucksack Magazine to discuss his passion for photography.
An interview with Irene Tondelli; a photographer and art director from Italy.
An interview with British travel photographer Beth Squire who has recently featured on the cover of Lodestars Anthology.
An interview with Elliot Cooper; a professional photographer from South Wales, United Kingdom.
Brands & Gear
The Level Collective design ethical outdoor apparel and gear. We sit down with founder Mark Musgrave to discuss his journey so far.
A curated collection of images showcasing the handcrafted brown leather Fracap M120 Boots with Vibram Sole.
A brand interview with AVI-8 Watches. Through their timepieces they seek to honour both the aircraft and the untold story of the airmen who dedicated themselves to bring these incredible machines to life.
A unique and innovative city guide, Urbanito are aiming their books at families, proving exploration and discovery is for everyone.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Purpose driven goods for purpose driven people. Francli designs hardy work wear and outdoor accessories, handcrafted in Britain for explorers and creators.