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.
Volume One: The Winter Issue
Drew Collins describes the importance of mastering perseverance and determination as he tackles the entire length of the UK's three tallest peaks, by foot, in 24 days.
A gripping story of a Norwegian expedition by photographer Emma Hall, describing an adventure where things don't always go to plan.
A story by Megan Perra describing her raw experience of watching the North American eclipse.
Emily Macaulay, co-founder of 'This Way', discusses the highs and lows experienced when embarking on a long distance hike.
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.
Maria Sahai discusses how her childhood experiences shaped her appreciation of nature and inspired her love of photographing the breath-taking Norwegian landscapes she now calls home.
An interview with Bavarian based photographer Luca Jaenichen featuring some of his best moody landscape shots.
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.
An interview with Icelandic based American photographer Donal Boyd, who is quickly becoming one of the most influential travel and landscape photographers on Instagram.
Photographer Ryan Christopher, featured in 'The Winter Issue', discusses his passion for creating significance and meaningfulness in his images.
Photographer Kirstin Vang discusses how the magic of her homeland, The Faroe Islands, continues to inspire and enthral her as she explores her new found love of photography.
Jed Forster is a self-taught photographer with an insatiable desire to travel and capture some of our planets most beautiful natural landscapes.
An interview with adventure and lifestyle photographer Brandon Eckroth; who explains how the beauty of our planet inspires him to create images.
Kevin Meynier showcases his love for the true beauty of winter through the stunning landscapes of the Pyrénées.
Photographer Robert Birtles captures the last remaining light from 'Devil's Point'; a mountain in the Cairngorms of Scotland.
Italian Photographer Filippo Maffei discusses the magnetic pull of the Apuan Alps in Northern Tuscany.
Maia Habegger captures her first breath-taking visit to ‘Los Glaciares National Park’, describing a freezing cold day out on the water.
Raynor Czerwinski discusses the importance of shooting without expectations and how he adapts his film photography depending on the mood and lighting of that particular day.
David Herzog discusses how important it is to not take beautiful surroundings for granted, despite waking up and seeing them every day.
Articles from Volume One
We chat with Mark Musgrave, founder of The Level Collective, about his latest project on Kickstarter; the Winnats Roll Top backpack.
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 Lake District based sustainable backpack brand Millican.
Outdoor enthusiasts Emily Macaulay and Felicity Rowley are the co-founders of 'This Way'. They create maps with the aim of encouraging more people to explore the outdoors and discover something new.
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.