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Q&A: Eva zu Beck on Solo Travel, How to Plan for Big Adventures & More
YouTuber, World Traveler & Overlander Eva zu Beck Doesn't Want Your Advice

The famous YouTuber shares what not to leave in the comments, overlanding highs and lows, and what she really thinks about Yellowstone National Park

How Rashad Frazier Went From New York Chef to Outdoor Adventure Guide
How Rashad Frazier Went From New York Chef to Outdoor Adventure Guide

The serial entrepreneur is harnessing a love of the outdoors and leading a movement—Black and brown folks taking up space in the outdoors

Learning the Hard Way with Adventure Photographer Elijah Burton
Learning the Hard Way with Photographer, Pilot & Outdoorist Elijah Burton

Q&A with the Portland, OR-based surfer, mountain biker, and pilot on building community, cameras, and the joys of achieving in the face of failure

How to Be a Good Adventure Buddy, According to Alex Strohl
Q&A: Photographer Alex Strohl on Film, Friendship & New Zine "Adventure Buddies"

Talking film photography and Adventure Buddies, Strohl's new zine project documenting human-powered trips with Isaac Johnston, Chris Burkard, and more

Artist Abby Leighton on Leaving NYC to Design National Park Souvenirs
Designer Abby Leighton on Leaving NYC for Utah, National Park Souvenirs, & More

Q&A with the Moab, UT-based designer and film photographer on drawing inspiration from the vast and dramatic landscapes of the American West

Big Wave Surfer Kai Lenny on Risk, Fear, and Surfing 60-Foot Waves
Big Wave Surfer Kai Lenny on Risk, Fear, and Surfing 60-Foot Waves

A Q&A with the world-class surfer on his new book, "Big Wave Surfer," the best advice he's ever received and the worst wipeout he's ever taken at Jaws

Camp Yoshi Creates Epic Experiences to Get Black & Brown Folks Outside
Camp Yoshi Is Where Black Folks Can Unleash Their Inner Child, Outdoors

Adventure travel company founders Rashad, Ron & Shequeita Frazier talk fostering a space where people of color can reconnect with nature in peace

Q&A: Alimo on Balancing Art, Adventure, and Sustainability
Q&A: Multimedia Artist Alimo on Creating Art You Recognize, But Don't Know

How artist Sean Kesterson, aka "Alimo," developed his signature style of vibrant, familiar depictions of life outdoors

How (and How Not) to Build Your Very Own A-Frame Cabin
How (and How Not) to Build an A-Frame House

The good, the bad, and the ugly of building a 250-square-foot A-Frame in Upstate New York, with cost breakdown, timeline & lessons learned

Q&A: Outrunning Stereotypes With Endurance Athlete Mirna Valerio
How the "Mirnavator" Is Changing the Narrative for Non-Traditional Athletes

The "Mirnavator" is on a mission, driving by a passion for running and the outdoors and a dedication to inclusion and diversity

Artist & Designer Junior Sealy on Building a Sustainable Home in Barbados
Artist & Designer Junior Sealy on Building a Sustainable Home in Barbados, Bit by Bit

Drawing on Japanese minimalism and the traditional architecture of enslaved people, this self-taught QPOC designer is building a dream with little regard for convention

Q&A: Snowboarder Kennedi Deck on Hard Work, Positivity & Inclusivity
The Future Of Snowboarding Is Inclusivity, Says Pro Rider Kennedi Deck

The influential young rider on her Pride Week interview, filming for the Vans snowboard film "Evergreen," and why being a good person is so important

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