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Yannick Schutz: communing with nature, connecting with family

Yannick Schutz: communing with nature, connecting with family

A few years ago, I wouldn’t have envisioned living outside of a city.
Now I can’t stand a city for more than a day or two.
Anthony Pease: packing yet more outdoors into a life behind the lens

Anthony Pease: packing yet more outdoors into a life behind the lens

Once I realised they were getting hands on material I hadn’t heard of before,
I knew I had to join.
Liv Ruben: finding herself again by connecting with nature

Liv Ruben: finding herself again by connecting with nature

I discovered Adventurous Ink at the right time. I had lost myself. I stopped listening in the nature. Stopped taking adventures. Stopped connecting to my inner self.

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Hell yeah, it's Alastair Humphreys!

Hell yeah, it's Alastair Humphreys!

This excellent tale of how Al busked his way across Spain with nothing but a violin to sustain himself, is really a story about how he rediscovered his sense of adventure as family life pressed in.
You don't need to be a round the world cyclist or Atlantic rower to find inspiration in this brave account of what it truly means to be an 'Adventurer' with, or without, a capital A.
Car Camping 101

Car Camping 101

Whether you're car camping to make the most of a tiny calendar window for a microadventure, or because you love the thought of the #vanlife, but can't stomach the cost, it's a great way to maximise your time outdoors.

We asked ambassador Anna Blackwell to share her top tips.

Going Wild is nothing new, says Indie Publisher of the Year Daniel Start

Going Wild is nothing new, says Indie Publisher of the Year Daniel Start

There have been back to nature movements since the beginning of industrialisation, in a backlash against Victorian pollution inspired by German environmental philosophy, with a lot of naked bathing, foraging and wild camping thrown in.

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