Make More Time for Adventures Big and Small: ‘Semi-Rad’ Author Tells You How
Adventure is everywhere if you know where to look. ‘The Art of Getting Lost: 365 Days of Adventure, Big and Small’ is a new guide to finding it.
‘A Year in the Wilderness’ Speaks Loudly for Quiet Places
Amy and Dave Freeman spent a year in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Just released, the book A Year In The Wilderness tells their story.
Book Review: ‘Let My People Go Surfing’ (2016)
The revised seminal book, ‘Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman,’ is an inside look at the outdoor business and Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard’s peculiar, inventive mind.
Book Review: Brendan Leonard’s ‘Sixty Meters to Anywhere’
We review the just-out memoir by one of climbing’s current muses, Brendan Leonard, who uses a rope-length measure as analogy and literal reference to a tether that helped reorient his life.
‘Last Voyageurs’ Chronicles Chilling Trek Down Old Blue
In 1976, a group of school teachers and students set out to retrace the route of explorer Robert de La Salle down the Mississippi River. The story of this epic winter voyage is told in a new book, ‘The Last Voyageurs,’ available this spring.
Read This: Brendan Leonard’s ‘The New American Road Trip Mixtape’ Book
He may be “Semi-Rad,” but Brendan Leonard’s new book is fully-pro. Drawing inspiration from road trip mixtapes, he shares his new autobiography.