A revista Sidetracked recupera o sentimento de aventura e exploração, abordando a viagem através de narrativas completas e visualmente apelativas. As palavras e imagens que preenchem as páginas desta publicação mostram-nos como a aventura é um conjunto de trocas e interações baseadas na curiosidade reciproca entre viajantes e locais, entre o Homem e a natureza.
"This issue is all about the dreams of others and the bravery of those who chose to make them reality. Jody MacDonald travels on the Longest Train across a landscape scarred by poverty and slavery, with dreams of adventure in her heart, Mayan Smith-Goat and Ines Papert attempt to free climb the Central Tower in Torres del Paine, and Ryan Salm paddles the Ganges, immersing himself not only in its ancient and potentially harmful waters, but in the magical culture.
We feature running in Papua New Guinea, surfing in the North Sea, climbing and skiing a remote northern volcano, and sailing in Greenland. We go from the top of the world to the depths of the ocean to share these truly adventurous dreams."
Adventure is the stuff of dreams, the fabric of the swirling sands woven as we sleep.
Sometimes extreme lengths are required to touch our dreams. A different, darker kind of hope for Levison Wood as a passenger in a battered car, tumbling down a Himalayan ravine – hoping he and those he loved would survive what was soon to come. Those darker dreams can tell us about the future too, and Martin Hartley wanted to capture the last moments before an ancient people were changed by the relentless march of progress, trekking the only route into Padham, along the frozen Zanskar River. Or they might be about the past, haunting reflections on lost friends, as Leo Houlding discovers.”
“Jody MacDonald took the Longest Train across a landscape scarred by poverty and slavery, with dreams of adventure in her heart, yearning for an experience that had been kindled as a child, hoping it would be everything she expected. Mayan Smith-Gobat took on the Central Tower in Torres del Paine, she and Ines Papert both Riders on the Storm, seeking not only the summit but to free this legendary wall. Jon Rose searched for a trail that led away from his own dark times, into the bright light and beauty of Myanmar. Ryan Salm paddled the Ganges, immersing himself not only in its ancient and potentially harmful waters, but in the magical culture that gathers on its shores. Brody Leven endured a week of debilitating seasickness to ski and climb in an unexplored volcano.