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From long-distance treks and paddling epics, through to wild mountain biking, spectacular road trips and mighty feats of climbing and exploration, if you’re after a story to inspire you, this is the place!More Adventure
The Rwenzori Mountains are the oft-forgotten of Africa’s three tallest peaks. Aus Geo ADVENTURE’s Dan Slater joins legendary Aussie adventurer Tim Macartney-Snape and heads high to the roof of Africa to see some of that wild continent’s last glaciers.Read article
Why go over mountains when you can be cycling through them on one of Australia’s best bikepacking journeys.Read article
Whether it is an undiscovered part of our planet, or a national favourite location, for any and all information on the hottest adventure destinations, look no further.More Destinations
Mountain bike tourism is huge. From rainforests to the alpine, the outback to the coast, Aussie riders are spoilt for choice. Check these out!Read article
Snow-clad peaks, mighty waterways, and ruggedly wild forests make NZ’s South Island one of the world’s best outdoor playgrounds.Read article
In Tasmania’s northeast, Flinders Island has a variety of walks that prove its worth looking away from the obvious for your next escape.Read article
Our extensive gear tests offer all the information you will need before you lay down your hard-earned on that shiny new piece of adventure equipment.More Gear Reviews
The North Face celebrate the spirit of adventure with tales of derring-do at a Hobart brew-house. Yep, it sounds like the perfect day to us.Read article
Made from 100% recycled materials, spacious and lightweight, The North Face Gold Kazoo Eco promises plenty as a summer sleeping bag. We test its credentials.Read article
Expert advice on all things adventure, whether you’re looking to improve your skill base, or are up for tackling an all-new outdoor activity, we have all the hot tips.More How To
In a land that never melts, high in the Canadian Arctic lies an Arctic Cordillera where peaks of the Norse Gods; Mt Thor, Mt Odin and Mt Asgard tower over a frozen Nanuvut tundra. It is here where Australian photographer Mark Watson claims he feels most alive.
For many years Watson’s world was that of adrenalin & action sport but a decade of photographing everything from motorsport to big wave surfing awoke a spirit for a new challenge… something rawer.
This short behind the scenes film by award winning producer, director and DOP Jase Hancox touches on the drive behind Watson’s imagery and his search for something purer and more challenging than that of fast paced action.
It’s a journey of a simple walk in a park. It just so happens it is one of mother nature’s most majestic national parks and the temperature outside Watson's tent is well below -20 degrees Celsius.
A Jase Hancox Film