Sidetracked Magazine Volume 22 (The Stark Majesty of Nature) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In Sidetracked Volume 22 we have curated stories of adventure from the world’s wildest places – stories of adversity, ambition, endurance, and courage. Stories that question what our purpose is in a changing world, and how we can help make a better future.
In ‘Uncontrollable’, Graham Zimmerman faces rockfall and avalanche when temperatures reach a searing 12°C high on K2. Lewis Pugh swims in freezing waters across the Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland, because he has an important message – and a shrinking window of opportunity. A more intimate and domestic side to Siberia is revealed by photographer Michael Turek and Sophy Roberts, while in ‘Arctic 12’ Jackie Paaso tells a story of teamwork and compromise during an attempt to climb and ski all of Sweden’s 2,000m peaks. Journeys make us reflect on realities both boundless and personal, as Martin Hartley shows us in ‘Overview’, flying above Ellesmere Island, and in ‘Mind Games’, in which Jenny Tough digs deep to find the strength to keep running.
Join us in this volume of Sidetracked to explore the stark majesty of the natural world, and how adventure can bring new perspectives, positive change, and connection.
Sidetracked Adventure Travel Magazine is an journal featuring a collection of personal stories of adventure travel, exploration, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world… and to inspire. Sidetracked has published 2014 its first printed journal. This journal is filled with remarkable long distance journeys, inspirational expeditions and features some of the most beautiful, dramatic and challenging regions on earth – all told and presented by the incredible men and women who undertook them. Sidetracked is founded and produced by John Summerton.
Details: Sidetracked Magazine – Volume 22
144 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC approved uncoated 120gsm paper in the United Kingdom.