Sidetracked #1

Sidetracked #1

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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.

"Sidetracked has always been rooted in inspirational journeys. We were born from the passion of wanting to tell the stories of those who put themselves out there, setting aside fear and doubt in order to experience the breathtaking, the awe-inspiring and the magical."

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"Sidetracked swirls around the world, across land, sea and air.

It takes us underground, underwater, and soaring high up into the sky.

Extraordinary men and women head to the very ends of the Earth

in search of inspiration and their own limits"

 
 
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“This brand new magazine swirls around the world, across land, sea and air. It takes us underground, underwater, and soaring high up into the sky. Extraordinary men and women head to the very ends of the Earth in search of inspiration and their own limits. And Sidetracked brings their stories home to us, curated in these beautiful pages. 

Cass Gilbert takes us cycling over the Andes with his fine photography and fabulous combination of dirtbag camping and the spontaneous hospitality so appreciated by anyone who has travelled in the remote parts of the world, out in ‘El Silencio’ – that feeling of vast, still emptiness that I hold so precious from my own travels.

James Bowden induces lip-smacking envy with his tales of campfire lobster feasts down under whilst Paul Mackrill induces anything but envy (at least not from this slightly wimpy correspondent) with his impressive, frightening account of cave exploration a kilometre down underground. I have filed that piece away under ‘Adventure to Enjoy Vicariously – do not try this at home’. Kenton Cool shares a thought-provoking account of the costs as well as the rewards of high risk adventure.

Mark Gillett’s piece, on the other hand, drew me right in and had me reaching for my atlas. The human characters – ‘the hardest of them all’ – and the pure and bitter beauty of that frozen world swirl together in the enticing, dangerous cocktail that is the Yukon Quest.”

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