Adventure Journal 28


In This Issue

Exploring the alarmingly thin line between stoked and stupid. A defense of good old fashioned fun floating the Grand Canyon. The art and science of hike-a-bike. A mountaineering legend pioneered an Everest route but found greater reward in the small moments. What happens when a cyclist t-bones a bear? The surfer becomes a fish. And a Goldilocks cabin in the company of orcas.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Sara LaTrielle

Adventure Journal 28

Wendy Morrison
Robbie Shone feature was stunning

I bought this edition solely for the Robbie Shone pics. (the rest of the journal turned out to be great too)
But chiefly I wanted it for my friend who is a caver and a photographer, who is working now for the same Rope Access firm Robbie used to, and last month moved into a room in Sheffield where it turns out Robbie also lived!
So I had to buy the Journal for him!

Brandon Bruce
Great articles and beautiful photos and artwork

It's a great day when I see Adventure Journal in my mailbox. I tend to read it cover to cover the day I receive it. The stories and imagery are of such high quality. I always finish the journal feeling stoked to get outside for the next adventure.

Andrew Eaton
Two thumbs up

Love it

Love the magazine

Great content, and photography. I like the recipes too. It’s a beautiful magazine.

Adventure Journal is printed quarterly and delivered to subscribers in March, June, September, and December. Stories that appear in print are only available in print.

Specs and Materials

• Trim size is 8.375 x 10.875 inches

• Cover stock is 130lb Endurance Matte with double coating of Soft Touch

• Body stock is 80lb Starbrite Opaque Text uncoated

Environmental Practices

• Adventure Journal plants one tree for every product or magazine sold

• AJ quarterly is printed on Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper

• AJ is powered primarily through solar

• Magazines are sent in recycled and recyclable packaging.


Adventure Journal is designed and printed in California.

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