A collection of short stories exploring photography, adventure and discovery of the outdoors.
Emily Macaulay, co-founder of 'This Way', discusses the highs and lows experienced when embarking on a long distance hike.
A short story exploring the change that winter can bring to an urban environment, in collaboration with 'The Plant Journal'.
A gripping story of a Norwegian expedition by photographer Emma Hall, describing an adventure where things don't always go to plan.
A short story about discovering the beauty and stillness of the Scottish Highlands during a trek to 'The Lost Valley'.
A story by Megan Perra describing her raw experience of watching the North American eclipse.
Johnnie Chatman, a student from the New York School of Visual Arts, showcases his photography from his recent project ‘Between the Sea & the City'.
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.
Anna Souter examines how the exploration of landscape has affected a diverse range of artistic practices.
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.
A story about climbing in the Wetterstein Mountains of Germany and the importance of self-challenge.
A collaboration between Rucksack Magazine and The Plant Journal exploring one of London's newest urban gardens.
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.
Escaping the daily grind of the commute and finding peace and tranquility in the beautiful Richmond Park.
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.
Photographer and lone traveller Francisque Sanchez recalls his memories of exploring Scotland.
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.
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.
A short adventure story on the perfect winter wonderland by travel and lifestyle writer Emma Lavelle.
A short story by Jacalyn Beales reminiscing about her memories of living in Stockholm.
Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest freshwater lake, stretches for nearly 400 miles through south-eastern Siberia, north of the Mongolian border.