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 Magazine About
Adventure & Discovery
Rucksack Magazine is an independent journal about adventure and discovery. The magazine journeys to the corners of our planet to pursue fascinating stories about rural pursuits and urban life. Established in 2016 as an online journal we are driven by our passion for story telling, exploration and photography. Rucksack magazine is divided into articles, stories, photo essays and interviews exploring people, places and things from both city and country. With an innovative and creative team of contributors behind us we aim to bring quality editorial content and imagery to our expanding online journal.
Cover photography by Colin Rex
From The Journal
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.
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.
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.
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. To learn more we sit down with co-founder and business manager Stephen Hepner.
Escaping the daily grind of the commute and finding peace and tranquility in the beautiful Richmond Park.
Nestled in the far north-east of the third largest island in the world, within the Malaysian state of Sabah lies an equatorial haven for tropical biodiversity known as the Danum Valley Conservation Area.