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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Deborah Rogers

Adventure Journal 28

After years of searching, I found it . . .

I finally found a magazine featuring ideas that are familiar, if not personally attainable. A guide to wingsuiting the Dolomites? How to get the best bikini pics on Thai beaches? The latest AI-enabled sunglasses? These things are not for me, but as a former NPS ranger I recognized Krista Diamond's reckless concessionaire behavior. I had some close calls in the Great Smokys but never collided with a bear like Brandon Bruce. I'm don't often care for photo essays, but I greatly appreciated Doris Mitsch's work in this issue.

D. Todd Chastain
The way adventure should be covered

I’m waiting on my first subscription issue but couldn’t wait any longer and bought a back issue. It was fantastic! It’s a great read on a quiet morning with a cuppa Joe. Thanks!


Has there ever been a lousy issue of AJ? No, no there has not. I have a dozen issues on my shelf, and wish I had more. They’re perhaps the only “magazine” that I can re-read year after year and still enjoy them.

Eve Solomon

Excellent reportage and a thrill to go on these adventures even if it is. Vicariously

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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