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You might think that circumnavigating the Mediterranean would be a relatively easy adventure. Think row boat, think four-metre waves, think Force 7-8 winds and think again.
There’s something magical about the Shoalhaven region – and it runs deeper than the pristine waters and unspoilt wilderness.
Purpose built on hard-won foundations, a new multiday walk in south-eastern Tasmania is intended to be a coastal version of the beloved Overland Track – and then some.
Team AG Outdoor relive the pain and excitement of the 2011 XPD World Champs in Tassie.
Despite the constant daylight in the land of the midnight sun, the weather can be fickle, almost vindictive, but the effort to get here is rewarded with the magnificent grandeur of a spectacular landscape.
Trail running is no longer the domain of super humans. Now shorter, more accessible trails are encouraging everyday runners go off-road.
Lachie Carracher and buddies paddle the big water near Mexican city Tlapacoyan.
Our two new Deuter Aircontact 75+10 and 60+10 SL packs are only just starting to lose that brand-new sheen, but it's enough to share first impressions.
If anyone can put a camera and laptop case through its paces, it's an adventure and outdoor journalist, reckons AG OUTDOOR ed, Justin Walker.
Bike disciplines collide as companies reinvent the 700c-wheeled bike for the new century
It's easy to fall for Vanuatu. In these tropical islands of adventure, you can climb an active volcano, swim into a cathedral cave and abseil down waterfalls.
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There’s plenty of action to be had on Queensland’s highest mountain that will satisfy both nature lovers and adventurers
A few hours’ train ride from Sydney and you could be gazing into a 500m deep valley, strolling through the oldest conservation forest in Australia or riding sweet MTB traiils.
The Crater Lakes National Park is a surreal world of dense rainforest that provides a cool respite in the tropical north.